American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having or showing prominent teeth.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. R Toothed; with teeth.
- adj. having or showing prominent teeth
“Early on, in the face of sabotage of the original, "toothy" Murtha plan by the Politico's John Harris and the Washington Post editorial board, leadership support for anything antiwar members might sign on to collapsed.”
“His house-made strozzapreti with wild boar ragu has the kind of toothy textural mojo passed down by generations of nonnas; his pillowy gnocchi with rabbit confit sauce is dressed in a thin arugula pesto that had my table gobsmacked; and an Acquarello aged-rice pudding accented with crunchy puffed rice brittle makes playful but respectful use of esoteric ingredients.”
“Don't be afraid of his "toothy" skin, he's really a softie.”
“The revered fashion boss claimed the actress was too 'toothy' and had 'unruly hair' during a photoshoot for a cover of the US version of the magazine.”
“Anna Wintour found the British starlet "toothy" with too many filled cavities in her mouth!”
“Anna Wintour keeps complaining that in the pictures that the young beauty is too "toothy"!.”
“If the croc doesn't like the invaders in his tank, "there's a good chance you'll receive a very 'toothy' reception," viewers are warned.”
“Anna keeps complaining she is too 'toothy' and the other staff are worried she has too many fillings.”
“You think Foxx has a thing for toothy ladies? insider”
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