molar molar


  1. (n) grinding tooth with a broad crown; located behind the premolars
  2. (adj) of or pertaining to the grinding teeth in the back of a mammal's mouth
  3. (adj) designating a solution containing one mole of solute per liter of solution
  4. (adj) containing one mole of a substance
  5. (adj) pertaining to large units of behavior

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  1. But at least one specimen -- a baby molar still attached to a piece of an immature ramidus jaw -- resembles a chimpanzee tooth more than a molar from any known hominid.
  2. By Wednesday, Franklin Roosevelt had a temperature and it looked as though the molar would have to be extracted.
  3. There you will be, stuck on some molar of rock, the dummy of the Windward Islands.



  1. "I went out to the mound many times to check pitcher's injuries but never for a cracked molar. We needed a dentist," Piniella said. "That was a little Cubbie occurrence. ...... That was a first for me, first for the umpire."
    on Aug 21, 2008 By: Lou Piniella Source: USA Today

  2. Describing the romantic moment, Patsy said: "Faye had her tongue down his throat the other night. I gave him a full oral hygiene check: upper left molar - no it's fine - no filling!"
    on Jan 31, 2008 By: Patsy Kensit Source: This is Nottingham

  3. "We have to check on the equipment situation," Tracy joked. "For some reason, there was a placebo in there. And the one that Zach Duke took off of the melon was a hard one. We gave him a dollar to replace the molar that we might have...
    on Jan 14, 2006 By: Jim Tracy Source: Anaheim Angels

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