Having teeth of a specified kind: pleurodont. (suffix)
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Use "much-used" in a sentence
"Taxa stems from the Latin verb taxāre, meaning “to assess” and related of course to tax but also to touch, task, taste, tangible, and the much-used Global English word contact."
"A much-used “giant eye” with real star power—it has served, after all, as a backdrop to movies ranging from Contact to the James Bond film GoldenEye and an X-Files episode called “Little Green Men”—it nonetheless belongs to the past and is struggling to hold on to the limited National Science Foundation funding that it receives."
"He threw away his musty bath towel, the dead shower curtain, and his ragged, much-used sheets."