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medical one of the four pointed teeth towards the front of your mouth. The front teeth between your canines are called incisors, and the large square teeth behind them are called molars.
the hard substance that your teeth are made of and is under the enamel (=white outer layer)
one of the long pointed teeth that some animals have, for example snakes, dogs, and tigers
one of the sharp teeth at the front of your mouth, used for cutting and biting. The incisors are between four sharp teeth called canines and the large square teeth behind those are called molars.
one of the large teeth at the back of your mouth, used for chewing food. The four pointed teeth towards the front of your mouth are called canines and the front teeth between your canines are called incisors.
medical the soft, sensitive part in the inside of a tooth that contains nerves and blood vessels
one of the two very long pointed teeth on an animal such as an elephant or a walrus
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow itBuzzWord Article
moving with rhythm, together as oneadd a word
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