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Item for a fairy?
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Alternative clues for the word tooth
Kind of fairy
It may be sweet
It may be chipped
One end of a bridge
Its crown is in your head
A kid may exchange it for money
A candy lover has a sweet one
Hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates
Used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense
A means of enforcement
One of a number of uniform projections on a gear
Jag or cog
Incisor, for one
Molar or bicuspid
Buck or eye follower
One of the fairies
Dentifrice, with 45 Down
It takes a pasting
Word definitions for tooth in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES armed to the teeth (= carrying a lot of weapons ) ▪ Many of the gangs are armed to the teeth . baby tooth bared...teeth ▪ The dog bared its teeth . buck teeth eye tooth ▪ I’d give my eye teeth to be able to play the...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tooth \Tooth\ (t[=oo]th), n.; pl. Teeth (t[=e]th). [OE. toth,tooth, AS. t[=o eth]; akin to OFries. t[=o]th, OS. & D. tand, OHG. zang, zan, G. zahn, Icel. t["o]nn, Sw. & Dan. tand, Goth. tumpus, Lith. dantis, W. dant, L. dens, dentis, Gr. 'odoy`s, 'odo`ntos,...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A hard, calcareous structure present in the mouth of many vertebrate animals, generally used for eating. 2 A sharp projection on the blade of a saw or similar implement. 3 A projection on the edge of a gear that meshes with similar projections on adjacent...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English toð (plural teð ), from Proto-Germanic *tan-thuz (cognates: Old Saxon, Danish, Swedish, Dutch tand , Old Norse tönn , Old Frisian toth , Old High German zand , German Zahn , Gothic tunþus ), from PIE *dent- "tooth" (cognates: Sanskrit danta...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense something resembling the tooth of an animal toothlike structure in invertebrates found in the mouth or alimentary canal or on a shell a means of...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
A tooth (plural teeth ) is a small, calcified , whitish structure found in the jaws (or mouths ) of many vertebrates and used to break down food . Some animals, particularly carnivores , also use teeth for hunting or for defensive purposes. The roots of...
Usage examples of tooth.
Gritting her teeth against the pain, Abigail rolled to the side that Jane was directing her.
There was a pain as of abrading flesh, and it came up: a fishlike creature with a disk for a head, myriad tiny teeth projecting.
To his surprise, thirty years afterward, one of the teeth was removed from an abscess of the tongue.
But the truth would be harder to extract from that stern, scar-twisted mouth, than the abscessed tooth had been.
Then I suffered a vision of Acer Laidlaw piloting Eightball back to Roderick Station with a hold full of atoms that had once been mine, and gritted my teeth so hard I cracked a filling.
Lepi, who though a hunchback was very talented and an excellent actress, was sure of exciting desire by the rare beauty of her eyes and teeth, which latter challenged admiration from her enormous mouth by their regularity and whiteness.
But the crowders, like their common adapid ancestors, relied heavily on the caterpillars and grubs they snatched from the branches, and they had sharp, narrow teeth to process their insect prey.
It would just be me and her on a high hill and me rolling the rocks down the hill faces and teeth and all by God until she was quiet and not that goddamn adze going One lick less.
The bunches of agrimony hanging head downward inside the warm dark cave were an infusion of the dried flowers and leaves useful for bruises and injuries to internal organs, as much as they were tall slender perennials with toothed leaves and tiny yellow flowers growing on tapering spikes.
Juss, enforcing his half frozen limbs to resume the ascent, beheld a sight of woe too terrible for the eye: a young man, helmed and graithed in dark iron, a black-a-moor with goggle-eyes and white teeth agrin, who held by the neck a fair young lady kneeling on her knees and clasping his as in supplication, and he most bloodily brandishing aloft his spear of six foot of length as minded to reave her of her life.
His tongue probed at the gap where Alacrity had knocked out two of his teeth.
Twain brought a dental unit with her and, in an astoundingly short time, initiated the growth of teeth to replace the ones Alacrity had knuckled loose.
Paen said, gritting his teeth against the pain that threatened to swamp him at the thought of what the alastor was saying.
In the instant before the arrow struck, the Alaunt twisted and leaped, snatching the arrow out of the air in his teeth.
It uses albumin as a cement to build up bone structure and it is concerned with the formation of teeth, hence its value to children.