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buck tooth

an anterior tooth in labioversion.

buck tooth

(bŭk tūth)
Colloquialism for an anterior tooth in labioversion.

buck tooth

(bŭk tūth)
Anterior tooth in labioversion.
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And the diminutive wood-and-plaster sculptures He Varies His Ills to Vary His Pleasure, with its buck-toothed bunny, and the informe Decidua, with its dual reference to "deciduous" baby teeth and the uterine membrane shed at childbirth (the decidua), offered ruminations on life, loss, and teeth in the animal kingdom, where utility overrides aesthetic concerns.
As the buck-toothed Dr Prunesquallor, John Sessions appears to be wearing a badger suffering from a massive electric shock.
He recalls making out in the bathroom with a buck-toothed adolescent girl who made fun of him for getting a boner, and then he describes his infatuation with a waiter whom he follows home one night and whom, after the waiter turns him down, he hits in the head with a brick.
Tetley's silk panther is a far cry from the National Ballet School of Canada student whom people remember as a buck-toothed giant of a girl from Hamilton, Ontario, with a mouthful of braces.
He also uses drugs to turn a girl (Sandra Knight) into a buck-toothed monster.
The buck-toothed Uruguayan has shown real courage this season, never more so than having two of his teeth removed last week without once wincing in pain - mainly because they were removed from Branislav Ivanovic's arm.
It portrays a buck-toothed beaver with a floppy hairstyle floating on a log down a river and has to knock 'Phot-Hogs' that are attempting to take his photograph into the river with his lance.
When Brazilian World Cup hero Ronaldo decided to announce that he was hanging up his boots a week or so ago it was the cue for a string of friends and ex-colleagues to sing the praises of the buck-toothed goal scoring wonder.
Rooney played Holly Golightly's neighbour as a buck-toothed Japanese stereotype, for spotlight on.
The buck-toothed Dane is in great nick after back-to-back top-tens in the last two Majors and it was his sixth place at torrid Bethpage Black, a classic layout not too dissimilar to Hazeltine, that marks your card for his prospects in Minnesota.
But fear not, those stalwarts of Chartersworld - bicycling spinsters, buck-toothed vicars, inky-handed boys clutching jars of sticklebacks, beehived blondes behind milk-bar counters, bouffanted Miss New Brightons, beatniks, warbling weirdy-beardy folkies with fingers stuck in ears and vats of steaming tea brewed in Birkenhead's back-tobacks will live on in his continuing column, soon to be a Steven Spielberg film, Back to the '50s.
The buck-toothed comedian returns with new series of the topical showbiz game.