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gap-toothed

[gap-tootht, -tooth d] /ˈgæpˌtuθt, -ˌtuðd/
adjective
1.
having a noticeable space between two teeth.
Also, gat-toothed.
Origin
1560-1570
1560-70
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Examples for gap-toothed
  • Older streets are gap-toothed where wreckers have removed abandoned houses.
  • It's a tie between the gap-toothed grin framed with big ears and the round-shouldered, bowlegged slouch.
  • The seamed and arid face, a slowly eroding riverbed, is as wide open as a gap-toothed grin.
British Dictionary definitions for gap-toothed

gap-toothed

adjective
1.
having wide spaces between the teeth
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