from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A malocclusion of the teeth in which the front upper incisor and canine teeth project over the lower.
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- n. A malocclusion, in which the upper teeth extend over the lower ones
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- n. (dentistry) malocclusion in which the upper teeth extend abnormally far over the lower teeth
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Is The Mighty One the only one who noticed that her overbite is a millimeter away from being "British"?
This week has been really busy, between going with Olivia's class on their school trip (to Kew Gardens - very chilly, but luckily not too much rain) and taking Sarah to the orthodontist (recommended to have a removeable kind of brace, which luckily, the NHS will pay for because her overbite is severe enough, but of course there's a huge waiting list for NHS services.
In one case, an insurer rescinded a family's coverage because they failed to disclose that their daughter had been treated for "mandibular hypoplasia" - in other words, an overbite.
If you're like me -- can't tell the difference between a zettabyte and an overbite -- this Big Data stuff may be more than you will want to bite off.
There were about twenty people there, and two presenters; one young woman from the university administration who was blonde and childlike with an overbite.
Still, I mean, a six-foot redheaded Charismatic Mennonite barista with glasses and an overbite, you gotta admit that's pretty awesome ...
But what's really important is that Moloch has an unrequited crush on the unfortunately named Wilhelm, a convicted felon with pink hair and a fetching overbite.
I'll be happy if Moloch ends up with Wilhelm (she of the fetching overbite), but I'm enjoying his banter with Violetta the bumbling Smoke Knight and would like to see it continue.
He has a strange overbite, but that is misleading.
Did she really think, with her overbite and mop of hair, that she had invented desire?