Thesaurus / teeth

other words for teeth

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


She just rolled out from beneath that boat with a dagger between her teeth!

Saboteurs on the RiverMildred A. Wirt

Mr. Carlaw sighed, and stretched out his hand toward his sister; showed his teeth in a fierce grin, and shook a fist at her.

To overcome this I made several blades with teeth as shown in the sketch.

In spite of this, from the setting of the sun till long after its rising, all through the dark hours her teeth chattered.

Yet she looked again at his shack, with her lower lip in the bite of her teeth.

The Peace of Roaring RiverGeorge van Schaick

"You wish prepare for luncheon, honorable sirs," said the boy, his teeth and eyes shining in one flash.

Under HandicapJackson Gregory

And so hard did he fling the money that it struck out two of Helge's teeth, and he fell senseless on the floor.

Told by the Northmen:E. M. [Ethel Mary] Wilmot-Buxton

The teeth, and indeed the whole contour, resemble those of the squirrel.

Oregon and EldoradoThomas Bulfinch

Pride, wrath, and shame raged without issue in his mind; and he shut his teeth and folded his arms close.

Her eyes were dark as a night without moon, and her teeth were little, little pearls.

The Golden SilenceC. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson


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