JAWS Sentence, Example and UsageExamples and usage of JAWS in prose and poetry
Usage of "JAWS": Examples from famous English Poetry
To better understand the meaning of JAWS, certain examples of its usage are presented.Examples from famous English prose on the use of the word JAWS
"We've had a couple of broken jaws but nothing worse than that"- The word/phrase 'jaws' was used by 'J. K. Rowling' in 'Harry potter and the sorcerer's stone'.
"Harry and hermione's jaws dropped"- 'J. K. Rowling' has used the jaws in the novel Harry potter and the sorcerer's stone.
"Neville's jaws were jammed together so he couldn't speak"- To understand the meaning of jaws, please see the following usage by J. K. Rowling in Harry potter and the sorcerer's stone.
Usage of "JAWS" in sentences
"With gaping blackened jaws are seen"
- This term jaws was used by Oscar Wilde in the Poem Ave imperatrix.
"Drooping tongues from jaws that slob their relish"
- This term jaws was used by Wilfred Owen in the Poem Mental cases.
"Into the jaws of death"
- This term jaws was used by Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson in the Poem The charge of the light brigade.
"A lanky scarecrow of a man with withered face and lantern jaws"