from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To grind or strike (the teeth, for example) together.
- transitive v. To bite (something) by grinding the teeth.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To grind one's teeth in pain or in anger.
- v. To run away
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To strike together, as in anger or pain.
- intransitive v. To grind or strike the teeth together.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To snap, grate, or grind (the teeth) together, as in anger or pain.
- To snap or grate the teeth together, as in rage or pain.
- n. A snap; a sudden bite.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. grind together, of teeth
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Sweat beaded over his skin, and he had to gnash his teeth to keep them from chattering.
Sometimes I tear at my hair and gnash my teeth over producing the content, but knowing that people like you appreciate my hard work goes a long way.
He stripped down to his drawers in measured motions that made her want to gnash her teeth with frustration, but when he finally shucked them, too, she caught her breath.
* Another right-wing myth vanishes inton the ozone: Conservative bloggers and far-right GOP Senators see Inhofe, James gnash teeth as an independent review concludes the fake "climategate" scandal was much ado about nothing and scientists didn't manipulate any data to fake global warming.
** So don't roar your terrible Author-roars! and gnash your terrible Author-teeth! and roll your terrible Author-eyes!
There are times I want to bash my head against the wall and I gnash my teeth and wail through the process.
So if you get rejected, absolutely go ahead and get pissed off, cry, gnash your teeth.
If he were to propose a resolution proclaiming puppies are cute, the righties would scream and gnash their teeth like the world was coming to an end.
Unlike previous work by Gleason, these paintings do not care for subtlety, they leap and gnash and would likely hurt if you touched them.