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Definition of "jaws" []

  • The narrow opening of some confined place such as a gorge
  • Plural form of jaw. (noun)

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  • The mouth (noun)
  • The borders of anything which has a mouthlike aspect. (noun)
  • A contrarian. (noun)

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Use "jaws" in a sentence
  • "He looked to me sort of physically wrestling with what he called the jaws that had got him and had got her."
  • "It warms necks and backs, resonates in jaws and temples, and rings in chests and legs."
  • "Looking visually back on the last three presidents, from the entitled jaws of Clinton to the dumb, glazed emptiness of Bush's head and eyes to the now-furious Obama, it is easier to find a worthwhile summer movie than a psychologically appropriate person to be our President."