- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gnash.
“He gnashed his teeth, struggling to keep his legs still—”
“He even hung by one hand, tantalizingly just beyond reach, and mocked them as they gnashed their tusks with impotent rage.”
“Still the chase went on, and still the Folk screeched, beat their chests, and gnashed their teeth.”
“The monster saw my determination in my face, and gnashed his teeth in the impotence of anger.”
“I gnashed my teeth, and ground them together, uttering a groan that came from my inmost soul.”
“I thought of him, I gnashed my teeth, my eyes became inflamed, and”
“Everyone wailed and gnashed their teeth, even though Thriller was 25 years ago.”
“As a mother of a barely teen girl, I gnashed my teeth at her Twilight obsession.”
“If nothing else, I would enjoy the image of a stupid troll, teeth gnashed and face red, being forced to switch identities every few minutes.”
“Clothes torn and teeth gnashed, I'd sit down again, re-examine my word choices, reshuffle note cards, and, late in the night, send another poor piece of copy out to meet its inevitable demise.”
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