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synonyms for tooths

  • chew
  • chomp
  • cut
  • eat
  • gnaw
  • nibble
  • snap
  • wound
  • champ
  • chaw
  • crunch
  • crush
  • hold
  • masticate
  • munch
  • nip
  • rend
  • sever
  • chaw on
  • clamp
  • lacerate
  • pierce
  • ruminate
  • seize
  • take a chunk out of
  • taste
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How to use tooths in a sentence

"Like when our doctor cutted poor Baby's tooths to make them come through," said Peggy, eagerly.
LITTLE MISS PEGGYMRS. MOLESWORTH
He saw no bears, lions or saber-tooths among those streaming hordes.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
And I told her as how I thought it would have two tooths soon, and she said that would be interest.
THE STORY OF OPALOPAL WHITELEY
We had the remains of the dessert, the pick-tooths, and another bottle of the Catalan wine to ourselves.
CLARET AND OLIVES, FROM THE GARONNE TO THE RHONEANGUS B. REACH
And this is the case, according to Mr. Tooths observation, with all that he has seen or heard of, viz.
THE BOOK OF CURIOSITIESI. PLATTS
Compared to the great wolves and the saber-tooths the Green Ones were nothing.
THE FRIGHTENED PLANETSIDNEY AUSTEN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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