Definition of Gap-toothed

1. Adjective. Having widely spaced teeth. "His gap-toothed grin"

Similar to: Toothed



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gap-toothed

gaolbreaks
gaoled
gaoler
gaoleress
gaoleresses
gaolers
gaolhouse
gaoliang
gaoling
gaolkeeper
gaolkeepers
gaols
gaotaiite
gap-43 protein
gap-toothed (current term)
gap-year
gap 1
gap 2
gap arthroplasty
gap gene
gap junction
gap junctions
gap mutant
gap phenomenon
gap year
gap years
gape
gaped
gaper

Literary usage of Gap-toothed

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1. The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1891)
"'Famine— the gap-toothed elf;' Golding's Ovid, b. 8; leaf 105. It occurs again, CT 6185. Gat-toothed has also been explained as goat-toothed, lascivious, ..."

2. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"GAPE, vn I gap- Primary sense, »n GAPER, nJ > opening ; and used in rt- gap-toothed, adj. \ ference to a variety of GAT-TOOTHED. J subjects, both literally ..."

3. The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1891)
"'Famine— the gap-toothed elf;' Golding's Ovid, b. 8; leaf 105. It occurs again, CT 6185. Gat-toothed has also been explained as goat-toothed, lascivious, ..."

4. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"GAPE, vn I gap- Primary sense, »n GAPER, nJ > opening ; and used in rt- gap-toothed, adj. \ ference to a variety of GAT-TOOTHED. J subjects, both literally ..."

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