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Fangs

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I fell into his fangs. Into his power, his clutches. (Anglo-Saxon, fang, a grasp.)

“To seize,


Traitors, that vice-like fang the hand ye lick.”


Bailey: Festus (A Village Feast), sec. 9.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Fan-light (A)
Fanatic
Fancy
Fancy-free
Fancy Man (A)
Fancy-sick
Fanesii
Fanfaron
Fanfaronade
Fang
Fangs
Fangled
Fanny Fern
Fantigue
Fantoccini [fanto-cheny]
Fantom-corn
Fantom-fellow
Fantom-flesh
Far and Away
Far Cry from
Far fetched