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u·ni·cus·pid

, unicuspidate (yū'ni-kŭs'pid, -kŭs'pi-dāt),
Having only one cusp, as a canine tooth.
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unicuspid

(yo͞o′nĭ-kŭs′pĭd)
adj.
Having only one cusp. Used of a tooth.
n.
A unicuspid tooth.
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u·ni·cus·pid

, unicuspidate (yū'ni-kŭs'pid, -pi-dāt)
Having only one cusp, as a canine tooth.
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