Definitions

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  • adj. comparative form of toothy: more toothy

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Examples

  • “Oh, yes,” the black behemoth returned, his grin growing toothier.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • Usually drawn to decidedly toothier fare, I was ready for a little treat.

    Graceling: Summary and book reviews of Graceling by Kristin Cashore.

  • Five years later, they produced a slightly toothier protocol in Kyoto, which too another five years to ratify and translate into operational rules.

    Capitalism 3.0~ Chapter 9

  • If you do not have almonds, substitute with 1/3 cup flour, but I suggest you give it a try, especially if you haven't before, for the texture is toothier, adding some gusto and substance to stand up to your chosen stone fruit.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • My instant mental pic was of a taller, thinner, toothier, bouncier, and way gayer Richard Simmons with tons more sequins on his clothes.

    HH Com 376

  • My instant mental pic was of a taller, thinner, toothier, and way gayer Richard Simmons with tons more sequins on his clothes.

    HH Com 376

  • There is no doubt, though, that Chef Campanaro was fair in the kitchen; both chops were the same hue of pink in the middle, the Woody chop a little more succulent and the Joey chop toothier, apparently by nature.

    the best

  • Replacing the "liberal" epithet — down to the gums from repetition — with the toothier "far-left," as in John Kerry "sits on the far-left bank" while being "part of a far-left minority."

    Report For Duty! I Say, On Jan. 20, Kerry Takes Oath

  • Her twenty-five watt smile switches on and he thinks that though she must wear brighter, toothier smiles for co-workers and relatives, this particular smile measures the true fraction of her joy, all that is left after years of career management and bad love.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • "You see, there's your problem," the gargoyle said, flashing a grin toothier than normal.

    Little Myth Marker

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