• Definition for "gnash"
    • To grind or hit (tooth, including) together.
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gnash definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To grind or hit (tooth, including) together.
    • To bite (some thing) by grinding tooth.
    • To hit together, as with anger or discomfort.
    • To work or hit (one's teeth, like) together.
    • To bite (some thing) by grinding tooth.
    • To strike collectively, as in fury or pain.
    • To grind or strike (one's teeth, like) together.
    • To grind or strike (tooth, as an example) collectively.
    • To bite (some thing) by milling the teeth.
    • To bite (some thing) by grinding tooth.
    • To hit collectively, like in anger or pain.
    • To strike collectively, like in fury or discomfort.
    • To work or strike (tooth, for instance) collectively.
    • To bite (one thing) by milling the teeth.
    • To work or strike (tooth, for instance) collectively.
    • To hit collectively, as with fury or discomfort.
    • To bite (something) by milling one's teeth.
    • To hit together, such as anger or pain.
    • To grind or strike (the teeth, including) together.
    • To work or strike (tooth, for example) collectively.
    • To work or hit (one's teeth, for instance) collectively.
    • To work or strike (the teeth, for instance) collectively.
    • To bite (one thing) by milling tooth.
    • To bite (some thing) by milling the teeth.
    • To bite (one thing) by milling the teeth.
    • To bite (some thing) by grinding the teeth.
    • To hit together, such as anger or pain.
    • To hit collectively, as in fury or pain.
    • To work or hit (one's teeth, including) together.
    • To bite (some thing) by milling the teeth.
    • To hit collectively, as with anger or pain.
    • To hit collectively, as with anger or pain.
    • To work or hit (the teeth, including) together.
    • To bite (some thing) by grinding the teeth.
    • To hit collectively, as in anger or pain.
    • To strike collectively, like in fury or discomfort.
  • verb:
    • To grind your teeth in discomfort or in fury.
    • To run away
    • grind collectively, of teeth
    • To grind a person's teeth in pain or in anger.
    • To run away
    • To grind your teeth in pain or perhaps in anger.
    • To grind your teeth in pain or perhaps in anger.
    • to hightail it
    • to hightail it
    • grind together, of teeth
    • grind together, of teeth
    • routine collectively, of teeth
    • To grind an individual's teeth in pain or in anger.
    • To run away
    • To work your teeth in pain or perhaps in fury.
    • To run away
    • To grind an individual's teeth in discomfort or perhaps in anger.
    • To grind an individual's teeth in discomfort or in anger.
    • grind collectively, of teeth
    • To grind a person's teeth in pain or perhaps in fury.
    • To run away
    • To run away
    • to hightail it
    • To grind one's teeth in discomfort or in fury.
    • to hightail it
    • To grind a person's teeth in pain or in fury.
    • to hightail it
    • To work an individual's teeth in pain or perhaps in anger.
    • grind collectively, of teeth
    • to hightail it
    • grind collectively, of teeth
    • routine together, of teeth
    • routine collectively, of teeth
    • grind together, of teeth
    • grind collectively, of teeth
    • routine together, of teeth
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To work or strike the teeth together.
    • To work or hit one's teeth together.
    • To work or hit the teeth collectively.
    • To work or hit the teeth together.
    • To grind or hit tooth together.
    • To grind or strike tooth together.
    • To grind or hit tooth together.
    • To grind or strike one's teeth collectively.
    • To grind or hit one's teeth collectively.
    • To grind or strike the teeth together.
    • To grind or hit tooth together.
    • To grind or hit one's teeth collectively.
  • others:
    • To snap, grate, or routine (the teeth) collectively, such as fury or pain.
    • To snap or grate tooth collectively, as in rage or discomfort.
    • To break, grate, or routine (the teeth) together, as with fury or discomfort.
    • To snap or grate tooth together, as with trend or discomfort.
    • To snap, grate, or routine (the teeth) together, as in fury or discomfort.
    • To break, grate, or grind (the teeth) collectively, as with anger or pain.
    • To snap or grate tooth together, such as trend or discomfort.
    • To snap or grate one's teeth collectively, as in trend or discomfort.
    • To break, grate, or grind (the teeth) together, like in fury or discomfort.
    • To snap or grate one's teeth together, such as trend or pain.
    • To break, grate, or routine (tooth) together, such as anger or discomfort.
    • To snap, grate, or grind (tooth) together, as with fury or pain.
    • To break, grate, or grind (one's teeth) collectively, like in anger or pain.
    • To snap or grate the teeth collectively, such as trend or pain.
    • To snap, grate, or grind (one's teeth) collectively, such as anger or discomfort.
    • To break or grate tooth collectively, such as trend or pain.
    • To break, grate, or routine (one's teeth) collectively, as in fury or pain.
    • To snap or grate the teeth collectively, such as rage or discomfort.
    • To snap or grate one's teeth collectively, as with rage or pain.
    • To snap or grate the teeth collectively, as with rage or pain.
    • To break, grate, or grind (the teeth) together, as in fury or pain.
    • To break or grate tooth together, as in rage or discomfort.
    • To snap, grate, or grind (the teeth) collectively, as with anger or discomfort.
    • To break or grate one's teeth together, as in trend or pain.
  • noun:
    • simple; a sudden bite.
    • simple; a-sudden bite.
    • easy; an abrupt bite.
    • A snap; a sudden bite.
    • easy; a-sudden bite.
    • A snap; an abrupt bite.
    • A snap; a rapid bite.
    • simple; a-sudden bite.
    • easy; a-sudden bite.
    • simple; a rapid bite.
    • easy; an abrupt bite.
    • simple; a sudden bite.
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