from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The snake-head or turtle-head, Chelone glabra.
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Otherwise the younger generation will think that a fish-mouth smile and those shiny cheeks are normal...
They're very ornate and highly recognizable too, thanks to their trademark fish-mouth grease ports, scaly hub shells, and fin-shaped skewers.
I opened my mouth to say, "Can I help you?" and instead, I did that fish-mouth thing where you keep opening and closing your mouth while no words come out.
Between main-stage sets, he taught harp basics starting with the fish-mouth for playing.
This was my first suit with braces (so with a fish-tail back) as well as featuring a fish-mouth lapel.
A peak and fish-mouth lapel both angle upwards, to a greater or lesser extent.
The fish-mouth lapel has a narrower gorge (the gap between lapel and collar), with the lapel angling upwards like a peak model but at neither the same angle nor to the same length.