canine

All Noun
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  • A similar difference between small and large species may be present in canines.
  • She however was the first canine to have her name in the title of her films.
  • Its face has big square eyes and a wide mouth with prominent canine teeth.
  • The teeth are strong and well developed and the canines are long and very strong.
  • Today, the department's canine program is recognized as one of the best in the country.
  • The canine teeth are nearly as long as in an individual of double its size.
  • Two fighting males use their weight and canine teeth against each other.
  • One of the most common ways this can be spread is human-to-canine, mouth-to-mouth contact.
  • Proper human to canine communication is really important to its training.
  • At around four or five months, the canine teeth appear, with the others following over the next six months.
  • The mouth is big and has a superior position with many small teeth and canine in front.
  • They changed his name to Strongheart and he became the first major canine film star.
  • Their canine teeth erupt at five weeks, and their eyes open after seven weeks.
  • Local police quickly conducted a canine search of the surrounding area for the man, but were unable to find him.
  • Their association is born from the canine nature of both gods.
  • Clan members are apparently given their own canine partner or partners when they reach a certain age.
  • It probably used its canines to cut open the throat of its prey.
  • The canine teeth are also much more prominent in males, and grow throughout life.
  • The department also has a full-time Criminal Investigation Division and two full service canines.
  • The initial group went to assess the situation with later groups, including the canine unit going later.
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Words starting with canine

Synonyms of canine

Meaning of canine

  • noun One of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars
  • noun Any of various fissiped mammals with nonretractile claws and typically long muzzles
  • adjective Of or relating to a pointed conical tooth
  • adjective Of or relating to or characteristic of members of the family canidae