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Definition of "sharp-toothed" [sharp-toothed]

  • Having sharp teeth (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "sharp-toothed" in a sentence
  • "Having found only the head and neck of sharp-toothed Daemonosaurus, the researchers aren't sure of its exact size but they speculate it would have been near that of a tall dog."
  • "But it was only in the 21st century that the tribe had hard luck finding people willing to jump in there (i.e., the swamp) and go for it (i.e., pin several-hundred-pound, sharp-toothed creatures to the ground with only their soft and presumably tasty bodies)."
  • "But then again: imagine how very terrifying a sharp-toothed cow _would_ be …"