Definition of Buck-toothed

1. Adjective. Having protruding upper front teeth.

Similar to: Toothed



Definition of Buck-toothed

1. Adjective. Having buckteeth ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buck-toothed

buchiid
buchiids
buchikamashi
bucholzite
buchu
buchus
buchwaldite
buck
buck's-horn
buck's night
buck's party
buck-and-wing
buck-basket
buck-eyed
buck-toothed (current term)
buck bean
buck fever
buck for
buck naked
buck off
buck private
buck rabbit
buck rarebit
buck the trend
buck tooth
buck up
buck wild
buckaroo
buckaroos

Literary usage of Buck-toothed

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1858)
"In connexion with get-tot/ted, we may also explain the more modern expression, buck-toothed. “ Buck “ was employed in old English to express a “ he-goat. ..."

2. The Prophecies of the Brahan Seer: (Coinneach Odhar Fiosaiche) by Alexander Mackenzie, Kenneth Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor (1882)
"... and all four were the contemporaries of the last of the Seaforths. We believe Sir Hector Mackenzie of Gairloch was the buck-toothed ..."

3. The Celtic Magazine (1879)
"Sir Hector Mackenzie, Bart, of Gairloch, was buck-toothed, and is to this day spoken of among the Gair- loch tenantry as " An-tighearna ..."

4. Outer Isles by Ada Goodrich-Freer (1903)
"... Grant and Raasay—of whom one shall be buck-toothed, another hare-lipped, ... lairds who were to be buck-toothed, etc., I am uncertain which was which. ..."

5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1848)
"A few honest remonstrances have indeed been ventured amid cries of oh, oh ! and vociferations of buck-toothed laughter ..."

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