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Definition of "gap-toothed" []

  • Having wide spaces between the teeth (adjective)
  • Exhibiting a gap between the teeth, especially between the two upper central incisors (adjective)

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  • Exhibiting a gap where a tooth is missing, as of a child who has lost a baby tooth, or an adult who has lost a permanent tooth (adjective)

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Use "gap-toothed" in a sentence
  • "At least the late publisher William Gaines's MAD magazine -- having risen phoenixlike from the ashes of that witch hunt -- survives to smile a gap-toothed grin at today's news and reply smugly: "What, me worry?""
  • "The first panic about increasingly gap-toothed high streets happened in early 2009."
  • "Though his gap-toothed smile would light up his face, anger him and he revealed a very dark side, a natural ferocity accentuated by intimidating, sharklike eyes."