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Use "labrets" in a sentence
"Others, though, contend from the analogy of some of the western tribes of Brazil, who are identical in feature to the Chinese, that the Eskimo may have come from South America; and the fashion of wearing labrets, which is common to the indigenous population both of Chili and Alaska, has been cited as a further proof."
""A cache of 5,000 slate beads, some labrets, which are actually plugs that get inserted through the lip, that were status markers.""
"My roommate said she'd done research on some labrets once and had gotten them addicted to cocaine, but it turned out that she was talking about something different."