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snaggletooth

(snăg′əl-to͞oth′)
n.
A tooth that is broken or not in alignment with the others.

snag′gle·toothed′ adj.
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Bush's photo has him outlined by a halo created by backlighting, and Gore was presented using an extremely unfiattering photo of him sweating and looking snaggletoothed.
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