from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Plural of tooth.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of tooth.
- n. The ability to be enforced, or to be enforced to any useful effect.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. pl. of tooth.
- intransitive v. To breed, or grow, teeth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of tooth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the kind and number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal
She dances through room after room until she finds the group scattered across a banquet, they look at her with huge eyes, all inky-black pupils, and smile wide, wide, wide, wide, wide smiles and if she shakes her head from left to right real fast she can see a fast white line of teeth blending from one head into and another teeth, teeth, teeth her cousin is clenching her teeth.
The probability that their teeth were taken out by force, is increased by the fact of their being _front teeth_ in almost every case, and from the fact that the loss of no _other_ is mentioned in the advertisements.
ssoooooo……..teeth huh……wow…..wouldn't have thought of that….sure teeth, but 'lots of teeth'…..now thats whats missing, makes so much sense now.
"Observaciones sobre el clima de Lima y sus influencias en los seres organizados en especial el hombre."] [Footnote 16: The women of Lima clean their teeth several times a day with the root called _Raiz de dientes_ (literally _root for the teeth_), of which they keep a piece constantly in their pocket.] [Footnote 17: It is related that, during the war of independence, when
I have also heard that the wear on the teeth is a way to get a rough veiw of the age of the deer
I find I have so little time with the two kids that brushing my teeth is a luxury.
I hear that spinach in the teeth is a new fad, kind of like those giant plugs kids are putting in their earlobes now.
The idea of shimming slivers of stainless steel between my teeth is a little disturbing, but I can't deny that the design and execution are quite cool.
We are told three to four weeks for the inspectors to go back into Iraq, and the debate now is how do you get what they call teeth into that resolution, meaning clear language.
These oppressors are not content with eating all that is to be eaten belonging to the peasants; after they have crammed themselves and their numerous retinue, they have the impudence to exact what they call teeth-money, a contribution for the use of their teeth, worn with doing them the honour of devouring their meat.
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