gap-toothed


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gap-toothed

(găp′to͞otht′)
adj.
Having a noticeable or prominent space between the teeth, especially the upper front teeth.
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Will these poor, image-obsessed creatures start forcing objects between their front teeth to emulate the 'beauty' of say, Georgia Jagger or the original gap-toothed queens Lauren Hutton and Madonna?
elevator, the gap-toothed grin of the Dairy Queen, found myself abruptly
He ordered gap-toothed Smith, of Tanycoed Street, Penrhiwceiber, should serve a minimum of 17 years before being considered for parole.
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View From My Window three hours ago is a brooding image of Liverpool's gap-toothed skyline which joins tens of top draw images using the same subject matter.
Gap-toothed women squeeze every cherry in the box with swift,
Amazing!" they said without irony) whose party piece was to chuck bottles in the air, which is what they do on a good night out in Manchester; and a gap-toothed girl of six called Connie who sang like a gap-toothed girl of six and is being hailed as the next Charlotte Church, who was hailed as the next Bonnie Langford.
Now you look just like me!" he offered, with his gap-toothed grin.
In one she stands with a woman who shares her engaging gap-toothed grin.