Definition of Gnashes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of gnash) ¹



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Definition of Gnashes

1. gnash [v] - See also: gnash

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gnashes

gnarley
gnarlier
gnarliest
gnarling
gnarls
gnarly
gnarr
gnarred
gnarring
gnarrs
gnars
gnash
gnashed
gnasher
gnashers
gnashes (current term)
gnashing
gnashingly
gnasht
gnashy
gnasp
gnast
gnasting
gnat
gnatcatcher
gnatcatchers
gnateater
gnateaters
gnathal
gnathastegite

Literary usage of Gnashes

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1. Lessons in Elocution: Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse for the by William Scott (1820)
"Malice, or spite, sets tiie jaws, or gnashes with the teeth ... sometimes raises them wishfully; opens the incut ; gnashes with the teeth; ..."

2. Lessons in Elocution: Or, A Selection of Pieces, in Prose and Verse, for the by William Scott (1820)
"Malice, or spite, sets the JAWS, or gnashes with the teeth ; sends blasting flashes from the eyes ; draws the mouth toward the ears ; clenches both lists, ..."

3. Lessons in Elocution: Or, a Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse for the by William Scott (1823)
"... or spite, sets the jaws, or gnashes with the teeth ; sends blasting flashes from the eyes ; draws the mouth toward the ears; clenches both fists, ..."

4. Morals on the Book of Job by Gregory (1845)
"For that ancient enemy of the Church ' gnashes against her with the teeth ... Thus her old enemy ' gnashes upon her with his teeth,' so long as by the cruel ..."

5. The Musical World (1866)
"... gnashes teeth and whispers vengeance against Sothern. ... arrives with posters (larger than ever), and then Sothern gnashes teeth, and stammers ..."

6. The Young Gentleman and Lady's Monitor, and English Teacher's Assistant (1824)
"Malice, or spite, sets the jaws, or gnashes with the teeth ; sends blasting flashes from the eyes; draws the mouth toward the ears; clenches both fists, ..."

7. Nasby in Exile; Or, Six Months of Travel in England, Ireland, Scotland by David Ross Locke (1882)
"In paying this enormous bill should you display more money than he supposed you carried, he gnashes his teeth and howls with rage. ..."

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