Aniston played a dentist with a voracious sexual appetite and a filthy mouth.
A New York alderman once said Petrosino “knocked out more teeth than a dentist.”
The dentist said it may hurt a bit, so he would give me extra gas.
And they saw him in his 60s, still making an audience howl with the “dentist” number.
My father is 87 and he writes speeches in the dentist chair.
But when he was past sixty he went and got himself some teeth from the dentist.
A boy of medium height with a pretty face, the son of a dentist at Monteriano.
Officers troubled by their teeth are taken to a dentist in Alexandria.
Popenjoy ought to see a dentist, and I want to do a few things.
So, instead of worrying, she made plans for Jacky: "He must see a dentist," she told Maurice.
Dentist figures it now in our newspapers, and may do well enough for a French puffer, but we fancy Rutter is content with being called a tooth-drawer ["Edinburgh Chronicle," Sept. 15, 1759].Tooth-drawer is attested from late 14c.
dentist den·tist (děn'tĭst)
A person who is trained and licensed to practice dentistry.