"We shall do as we please," growled Number Ten, baring his fangs.
He had the crawl of the reptile,—he had, also, its poison and its fangs.
She rolled him off his legs so that he could not run, while she repeatedly ripped and slashed him with her fangs.
Then came remembrance, and it was far worse than the fangs of pain that were gnawing him.
It was grey in colour, the ears were laid back, and the fangs were bared as if with hunger.
It had been in her power to stay his hand, at least to draw his fangs.
Every time they grinned, they showed their terrible tusks, and teeth like fangs.
He had been moaning and sentimentalizing but then suddenly he showed me his fangs.
They showed me the fangs of each serpent, and I gave them four annas.
It takes but a minute for the poison from the Diamond-back's fangs to kill a rabbit.