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Fang vs. Flesh

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Main Difference

The main difference between Fang and Flesh is that the Fang is a long, pointed tooth and Flesh is a soft substance of an animal body that consists of muscle and fat

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  • Fang (noun)

    a long, pointed canine tooth used for biting and tearing flesh

  • Fang (noun)

    a long pointed tooth for injecting venom

  • Fang (noun)

    A grasping; capture; the act or power of seizing; hold.

  • Fang (noun)

    That which is seized or carried off; booty; spoils; stolen goods.

  • Fang (noun)

    Any projection, catch, shoot, or other thing by which hold is taken; a prehensile part or organ.

  • Fang (noun)

    A channel cut in the rock, or a pipe of wood, used for conveying air.

  • Fang (noun)

    Cage-shuts.

  • Fang (noun)

    The coil or bend of a rope; a noose; a trap.

  • Fang (noun)

    The valve of a pump box.

  • Fang (verb)

    To strike or attack with the fangs.

  • Fang (verb)

    To enable to catch or tear; to furnish with fangs.

  • Fang (verb)

    To catch, capture; seize; grip; clutch; lay hold of.

  • Fang (verb)

    To take; receive with assent; accept.

  • Fang (verb)

    To receive with hospitality; welcome.

  • Fang (verb)

    To receive.

  • Fang (verb)

    To receive or adopt into spiritual relation, as in baptism; be godfather or godmother to.

  • Fang (verb)

    To supply (a pump) with the water necessary for it to operate.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The skin of a human or animal.

  • Flesh (noun)

    Bare arms, bare legs, bare torso.

  • Flesh (noun)

    Animal tissue regarded as food; meat (but sometimes excluding fish).

  • Flesh (noun)

    The human body as a physical entity.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The mortal body of a human being, contrasted with the spirit or soul.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The evil and corrupting principle working in man.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The soft, often edible, parts of fruits or vegetables.

  • Flesh (noun)

    Tenderness of feeling; gentleness.

  • Flesh (noun)

    Kindred; stock; race.

  • Flesh (noun)

    A yellowish pink colour; the colour of some Caucasian human skin.

    "color panel|FFC090"

  • Flesh (verb)

    To bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

  • Flesh (verb)

    To inure or habituate someone in or to a given practice. 16th-18th c.

  • Flesh (verb)

    To put flesh on; to fatten.

  • Flesh (verb)

    To add details.

    "The writer had to go back and flesh out the climactic scene."

  • Flesh (verb)

    To remove the flesh from the skin during the making of leather.

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  • Fang

    To catch; to seize, as with the teeth; to lay hold of; to gripe; to clutch.

  • Fang

    To enable to catch or tear; to furnish with fangs.

  • Fang (noun)

    The tusk of an animal, by which the prey is seized and held or torn; a long pointed tooth; esp., one of the usually erectile, venomous teeth of serpents. Also, one of the falcers of a spider.

  • Fang (noun)

    Any shoot or other thing by which hold is taken.

  • Fang (noun)

    The root, or one of the branches of the root, of a tooth. See Tooth.

  • Fang (noun)

    A niche in the side of an adit or shaft, for an air course.

  • Fang (noun)

    A projecting tooth or prong, as in a part of a lock, or the plate of a belt clamp, or the end of a tool, as a chisel, where it enters the handle.

  • Fang (noun)

    The valve of a pump box.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The aggregate of the muscles, fat, and other tissues which cover the framework of bones in man and other animals; especially, the muscles.

  • Flesh (noun)

    Animal food, in distinction from vegetable; meat; especially, the body of beasts and birds used as food, as distinguished from fish.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The human body, as distinguished from the soul; the corporeal person.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The human eace; mankind; humanity.

  • Flesh (noun)

    Human nature

  • Flesh (noun)

    In a bad sense, tendency to transient or physical pleasure; desire for sensual gratification; carnality.

  • Flesh (noun)

    Kindred; stock; race.

  • Flesh (noun)

    The soft, pulpy substance of fruit; also, that part of a root, fruit, and the like, which is fit to be eaten.

  • Flesh

    To feed with flesh, as an incitement to further exertion; to initiate; - from the practice of training hawks and dogs by feeding them with the first game they take, or other flesh. Hence, to use upon flesh (as a murderous weapon) so as to draw blood, especially for the first time.

  • Flesh

    To glut; to satiate; hence, to harden, to accustom.

  • Flesh

    To remove flesh, membrance, etc., from, as from hides.

Webster Dictionary
  • Fang (noun)

    a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon

  • Fang (noun)

    canine tooth of a carnivorous animal; used to seize and tear its prey

  • Fang (noun)

    hollow or grooved tooth of a venomous snake; used to inject its poison

  • Flesh (noun)

    the soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat

  • Flesh (noun)

    alternative names for the body of a human being;

    "Leonardo studied the human body"

    "he has a strong physique"

    "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"

  • Flesh (noun)

    a soft moist part of a fruit

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