gap-toothed gap-toothed

Definition(s):

  • (adj) having widely spaced teeth

Usage(s):

  1. Her first conversational gambit is most often a big, gap-toothed grin.
  2. But the third time they came, the 43-year-old garbage collector did not mention his third child, a four-year-old with pigtails and a gap-toothed grin.
  3. Already in clinical trials, this technology is geared for adults, so all you gap-toothed prepubes will have something to look forward to.

News

  • Wednesday night it’s The Late Show With Lord Stanley’s Cup

    Accustomed to the company of large gap-toothed men, the Stanley Cup will feel right at home tomorrow on David Letterman’s desk in New York City. The fluffy mullet of Blackhawk Patrick Kane will be seated next to the 35-pound trophy for the taping of Letterman’s “Late Show,” which will air several hours later. The TV appearance will be a rare landmark in a flurry of otherwise unscheduled Cup ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Chicago Sun-Times

Quotes

  • "Because he rarely called attention to himself, it took me a while to realize who the friendly, older brother with the gap-toothed smile was," said David Aldridge, a sports columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. "What he was, was history....
    on Jan 12, 2008 By: David Aldridge Source: MLB.com

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