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bucktooth

(bŭk′to͞oth′)
n.
A prominent, projecting upper front tooth.

buck′toothed′ (-to͞otht′) adj.
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It is what it sounds like: detailed observations on a bucktoothed rodent that devotes itself to hydraulic engineering.
The cover art, featuring a yellow-eyed, whisker-joweled, firey-maned lioned staring down a pink eared, knuckle-toed, bucktoothed mouse, is so exceptionally beautiful you would hate to see a printed title cover even a millimeter of it.
450s inserted into these magazines stick up with a bucktoothed aspect and will not feed with any reliability.
In that his bucktoothed denture is frankly funny looking, and in that he wears it with a kind of half-lidded, insinuating menace, like a Disney version of Max Schreck, he solidifies in these early scenes the impression established by Mrs.
They lean in on you and get up in your face, all rounded and overly present like a bucktoothed midwestern cheerleader.
This American endeavour was so successful that unlike the Germans, who were to be distinguished from the hated Nazis, the slant-eyed' and bucktoothed Japanese had come to be despised as an entire race.
Even if the price-tag is pounds 40million-plus, nobody is more exceptional than Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, the bucktoothed Brazilian who encapsulates Abramovich's vision of what he wants in SW6.
It's not that the bucktoothed, clown-nosed caterpillar adorning a popular roller coaster is menacing.
What's your advice to all the little bucktoothed kids back in Liverpool?
Rarer still not to see a Nazi (occasionally fanged) of a Japanese soldier (often canary-yellow-skinned and bucktoothed) getting the stuffing knocked out of him from air, sea, or ground.
I was Ron my own at Inter RONALDO might be the hottest property in world football but he's proving a bucktoothed buffoon over his switch from Inter to Real Madrid.
But a dramatic U-turn meant the bucktoothed striker started, but looked a shadow of his normal self.