from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a mouth like a shark's; selachostomous.
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New York's Museum of Modern Art snapped up "Painting" (1946) - depicting, some might say, a shark-mouthed Big Brother giving a speech in a slaughterhouse-and, suddenly, Bacon was the great British hope on the international scene.
The big, shark-mouthed, pig-eared, heavy-boned farmers sometimes take to their creed with wildest fanaticism, and in past years have made life excessively unpleasant for the Gentile when he was few in the land.