- adj. Having buckteeth
- adj. having protruding upper front teeth
“Chauliodus is derived from the Greek word for "buck-toothed" and refers to the species' big slanted front teeth.”
“Man, Ken Jeong is totally going to voice some Honda Civic that becomes a squinty-eyed, buck-toothed, Fu-Manchu-moustache-donning robot, isn't he?”
““Spending long summer days indoors/writing frightening verse to a buck-toothed girl from Luxembourg”?”
“I'd like to sit on the beach and listen to it with buck-toothed Heather.”
“The buck-toothed fish is now selling as well as the more readily known red snapper.”
“Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Pat Oliphant ran a cartoon portraying a buck-toothed Chinese waiter yelling at a customer depicted as Uncle Sam, "Apologize Lotten Amellican!”
“I went and checked our copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone to be sure, and Hermione Granger is first described as bushy-haired and buck-toothed.”
“By the time of the American Revolution, the buck-toothed beaver had been hunted to near-extinction in its eastern habitat.”
“The story here concerns a pair of American innocents abroad—Lightning McQueen, the bright-red race car brightly voiced by Owen Wilson, and Tow Mater, the buck-toothed, good-hearted tow truck who speaks in the cornpone tones of Larry the Cable Guy.”
“Mr. Branson launched Virgin America in 2007 with an animated film that includes a buck-toothed nun who scrambles to turn off all her electronic gear and a matador seated next to a bull.”
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