IPA: sˈeɪbɝtˈuðd


  • Alternative form of sabre-toothed [Having massive curved upper canine teeth.]


IPA: sˈeɪbɝtˈuðd


  • Having long, sharp, curved fangs

Examples of "sabertoothed" in Sentences

  • No additional bones of the sabertoothed tiger had turned up in Jonathan’s sieving.
  • There is no "witty" caption I can offer to this picture of a cyborg sabertoothed tiger chargin 'his laser.
  • He had determined to await the return of the sabertoothed tiger and have the encounter over for good and all.
  • Are they claiming that ancient Egyptians had to deal with dinosaurs and sabertoothed tigers running around everywhere?
  • Then he sprang, his body's trajectory timed to coincide with the swaying of the sabertoothed prey, and scythed its head off.
  • Although commonly called the "sabertoothed tiger," the species is actually not closely related to the tiger, which is part of a different subfamily.
  • PLEISTOSPORT Sitting atop the TV in my study is the skull of a sabertoothed tiger (Smilodon californicus), cast in resin from the original and painted to look exactly like it.
  • Not when this girl could visibly push away her own shock, face him, and ask with friendly curiosity -- as if he, Raven, should address questions to the sudden apparition of a sabertoothed weaselcat.

Examples of "saber-toothed" in Sentences

  • January 7th, 2010 saber-toothed gazelles and cliff shenanigans
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  • Inspectors discovered 100-million-year-old heads of dinosaurs and a saber-toothed cat in mail.
  • In other words, butterflies, tree sloths, saber-toothed tigers, and humans all evolved from single-celled organisms too small to see without a microscope.
  • Ten years previously, workers digging for a new sewage treatment plant had stumbled across the fossilized bones of a Smilodon, more popularly known as a saber-toothed tiger.
  • Your body was designed for its environment—you craved salt, sugar, and fat, and you burned calories quickly because you were hunting for food and running away from saber-toothed tigers.
  • We should also remember that the saber-toothed cat phenotype independently appeared in placental and marsupial ancestors, lineages that were long separated not only genetically, but temporally and spatially as well.
  • Yet, something is wrong with these beasts, disturbing deformities that make no sense: a parrot with no feathers, a pair of Capuchin monkeys conjoined at the hip, a jaguar cub with the dentition of a saber-toothed tiger.

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