eyeteeth eyeteeth


  • (n) one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars


  1. We shocked the liberals to their eyeteeth in Wisconsin and Indiana, and we've got a chance to make their eyeteeth drop out here.
  2. In Mexico City, one Islas Escandon, dentist, piled 400,000 human teeth in his window, advertised in glaring posters the ease with which he extracted molars, eyeteeth.
  3. Dirty doings in the deep South as Lillian Hellman's Little Foxes cut their eyeteeth.


  • "I've got three sets and they're very sharp and they go on to the eyeteeth as opposed to the canines - and I actually have quite pronounced canines," says Moyer. "They take some getting used to, I can tell you. And there were times,...
    on Apr 4, 2009 By: Stephen Moyer Source: Malaysia Star

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