from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A tooth in the fore part of the month; any tooth socketed in the premaxillary bone; an incisor.


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  • They carry death in the fore-tooth, and that is not good -- for they are so small.

    The Second Jungle Book

  • The single exception had the left fore-tooth of his upper jaw extracted, and I therefore concluded that he belonged to a different tribe.

    Expedition into Central Australia

  • At night comes my wife not well from my father's, having had a fore-tooth drawn out to-day, which do trouble me, and the more because I am now in the greatest of all my dirt.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Apr/May 1661


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