molar : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n grinding tooth with a broad crown; located behind the premolars
- a of or pertaining to the grinding teeth in the back of a mammal's mouth
- a designating a solution containing one mole of solute per liter of solution
- a containing one mole of a substance
- a pertaining to large units of behavior
such molar problems of personality as the ego functions"--R.R. Hunt
- Two British researchers have developed a prototype "phone tooth" that can be embedded in a molar and receive cell-phone calls.
- 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.
- The fellow passengers offer a fair representative slice of the Rajang's recent social history: an itinerant Malay dentist who'll pull that blackened molar for $3; Hokkien merchants .
- Lou Piniella in USA Today
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."
- Patsy Kensit in This is Nottingham
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!"
- Jim Tracy in Anaheim Angels
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...