In particular, by some trick of the light, the canine teeth looked longer and sharper than the rest.
With this and this—and he touched one of the canine teeth and that below it—the little children can be bitten.
Those at Mentone were perforated Neritinæ from the Mediterranean and canine teeth of the deer.
The inferior border is hollowed out into alveoli, in which are implanted the superior molar and canine teeth.
canine teeth can grow in my jaws, because you said one day that I was a puppy.
The canine teeth, also called tusks or tushes, are greatly developed, especially in the male.
Usually where an animal can use its teeth effectively for offense or defense, it is the canine teeth that are thus modified.
Their mouth is armed, in fact, with canine teeth comparable to those of the most powerful Carnivora.
The canine teeth are proportionally much thicker and longer than those of men.
The canine teeth are much larger than the others, and equally large in both sexes.
canine tooth n.
Any of four teeth having a thick conical crown and a long conical root, adjacent to the distal surface of the lateral incisors, in both deciduous and permanent dentition. Also called cuspid.