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15.
With teeth, or in a toothed way.
Some people are being fangoriously devoured.
by DigestableGibbon September 12, 2003
 
1.
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
 
2.
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
 
3.
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
 
4.
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
 
5.
adv. used to describe an action done by something with fangs
i.e., "the geletainous monster fangoriously devored her"
by Jason September 10, 2003
 
6.
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
 
7.
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