American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Malocclusion in which the lower teeth protrude beyond the upper teeth.
- n. A malocclusion, in which the lower teeth extend past the upper ones
“They jut from girls 'lids like an underbite, fanning the air in great whips of painted wind, and they form the fluttering basis of a trend spreading faster than conjunctivitis.”
“A stop at Crescent Street and Hoyt Avenue brings her Louise, a little Frenchie with a large underbite.”
“A suited man creeps from the edge of a crooked house smiling at her in an underbite.”
“Fiona chewed on her green Thinking Pencil with the fierceness and underbite of a bulldog.”
“She would always think that her eldest son was absolutely perfect, for all that he had inherited the squashed nose of the Tornabuoni family and the infamous underbite of the Medici.”
“Before I can swoon, he adds, helpfully: “And she has your underbite.””
“But until Friday, nobody had seen what Bill Cox and his co-workers saw — something with a devilish underbite, sinister eyes and a cold-blooded appetite.”
“Face Mask What It ' s For: A severe anterior crossbite, or underbite with the lower jaw outgrowing the upper jaw”
“Braces What They ' re For: An anterior crossbite, when one or more teeth on top are behind teeth on the bottom (an underbite); buck teeth (an overbite); crooked teeth; spacing.”
“An orthodontist told her Will had an underbite and should get a palatal expander; he would need braces again at around 13, for a total cost of about $3,000.”
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