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  • n. The imprint left by a tooth or teeth.


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tooth +‎ mark


  • I'm not sure what amazes me more, the fact that apparently the dog found a tomato my roomie must have dropped out of the grocery bag and was playing catch with it (Alcatraz style) or the fact that in the process, he managed to do it no harm except for inflicting a single toothmark.

    rock and roll is dead i probably shoulda stayed in school

  • Make sure you suck on the bulet first and leave a toothmark in the casing before chambering it so the police will know it was indeed suicide.

    Think Progress » Concerns over Iran bombing grow.

  • For every toothmark that inhuman thing had left on a human bone, it had left a thousand on human minds -- marks of a fear that was more than a fear.

    Anything You Can Do ...

  • Unless speared, or knocked heavily on the head, the otter-hounds can rarely kill him in the water; when driven to land at last or to a shallow he is often rather crushed and pressed to death than anything else, and the skin sometimes has not got a single toothmark in it.

    The Life of the Fields

  • 144 | Piers Anthony thou put one foul toothmark on my tender foot, the Adept'11 put sixteen handsome teethmarks in thy foul bottom.

    Robot Adept

  • "Prithee, search," said Captain Moseley, drawing the loaf from his pocket; "thou mayest, peradventure, find treachery in a toothmark, for

    Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)


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