edentulous

[ee-den-chuh-luhs]
adjective
lacking teeth; toothless.

Origin:
1775–85; < Latin ēdentulus, equivalent to ē- e-1 + dent- (stem of dēns) tooth + -ulus -ulous

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edentulous or edentulate (iːˈdɛntʃʊləs, iːˈdɛntʃʊlɪt)
 
adj
having no teeth
 
edentulate or edentulate
 
adj

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edentulous e·den·tu·lous (ē-děn'chə-ləs)
adj.
Having no teeth; toothless.

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