from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To grow teeth; cut one's teeth.
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- v. To grow teeth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To grow or cut the teeth: as, a teething child.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. grow teeth; cut the baby teeth
She filled my nose with all kinds of baby scents; plus, it was rather fun watching someone else teethe for a while.
He also loves to teethe on empty beer bottles and eat chocolate with his mommy.
I can see the 4 thing, since littler kids might try to snack or teethe on the Legos.
She is also starting to teethe and is getting cranky cuz of it.
Also, a cold, wet, baby washcloth given to a baby to suck/teethe on seems to help.
Even the front steps were clean enough for Oscar to teethe on.
But as is ... that is shaven, they resemble Gremlin teethe.
I was given bridge scoring pads on which to teethe.
"Using it to teethe on, schlep," replied the toy dog in a deep roughhouse voice.
Mrs. Anderson shifted her baby—it seemed cross, like one just beginning to teethe—to the other arm, and looked at Max.