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  • n. Plural form of toothmark.

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Examples

  • I have a pair of 7 inch minnow plugs, both in the same pattern of chartreuse and orange, one a deep diver and one a shallow diver, that are 100% covered with gashes and toothmarks.

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  • June 09, 2009 kittenpie said ... kgirl - you'll see him tomorrow, but please don't leave toothmarks ...

    It's Getting Draft-y In Here...

  • Everything changes, however, when sheep are brutally killed, in what seems from the toothmarks to be an attack from a giant beast.

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  • Looking more closely, I could see the dozens of overlapping semicircular indentations in the thick leather-toothmarks, I realized with a shock.

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  • At any rate, most of the large mammal bones showed signs of toothmarks and digestive etching by stomach acids.

    Ardipithecus ramidus: The Geological, Environmental, and Taphonomic Background - The Panda's Thumb

  • The scrabbling noises, footprints in the frying pan, and toothmarks on the soap were indications that we also had mice.

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  • The tired cliches of poetry of yore, a checkered shade, a leaf falling, a pool of water, all showing the toothmarks of the bad poetry bats.

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  • The chippie was cold and stiff, with a few telltale bloody toothmarks.

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  • It's certainly an attractive-looking book, regardless of what you think of the film...it's a guilty pleasure of mine, despite featuring Steven Spielberg at his Steve Spielbergiest and Robin Williams leaving his toothmarks in every bit of scenery.

    Archive 2006-04-02

  • It's already got little puppy toothmarks all around the edges.

    October 2004

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