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adv. used to describe an action done by something with fangs
i.e., "the geletainous monster fangoriously devored her"
by Jason September 10, 2003
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There is no definition for 'fangoriously' in any known work save the prestigious literary achievement of Strong Bad, "Everyone is different". This phenomenon is called hapax legomenon, when a word only appears once-ever. We can deduce from context, however, that fangoriously has something to do with the manner in which gelatinous monsters digest their food.
"Some people are being fangoriously eaten by a gelatinous monster. Hillary's legs are being digested."
by demosthenes September 13, 2003
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adv. To violently chew and/or rip apart with fangs; to masticate with ones fangs.
Some people are being fangoriosly devoured by a gelatinous monster. Hillary's legs are being digested.
by Bob flufel March 12, 2004
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A word Strong Bad use to descibe a way of being devoured in his children's book, Everyone is Different.
Some people are being fangoriusly devoured by a gelatinous monster.
by Anonymous September 13, 2003
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A term used to describe a style of eating, generally involving the use of fangs.
"Some people are being fangoriously eaten by a gelatinous monster." - Strong Bad
by Ben September 12, 2003
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adjective. To do something with the use of many fangs or teeth.
"Some people are being fangoriously devoured by a gelatinous monster."
by Me. Who else?! September 12, 2003
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Obviously an adjective describing the mysteries of a gelatinous monster's eating habits. This word, intoduced by the great promulgator, Strong Bad, is used in one of two ways:

1. Instinctively chewed, mangled, or eaten by a greater force, usually gelatinous in nature and profound in agression.
2. The state of being devoured, eaten, digested, or over-powered relating to one being absorbed by the other.
My arm was fangoriously being eaten by what I assume was the man's pet.
by Reaver February 20, 2004
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