Definition of Teether

1. Noun. A device given to infants to help soothe inflamed gums during teething, often filled with a fluid or gel that can be frozen or refrigerated. ¹



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Definition of Teether

1. an object for a baby to bite on during teething [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teether

teeterboarder
teeterboarders
teeterboards
teetered
teetering
teeteringly
teeters
teetertotter
teetertottered
teetertottering
teetertotters
teethbrush
teethe
teethed
teether (current term)
teethers
teethes
teething
teething ring
teething rings
teething troubles
teethings
teethless
teethlike
teethly
teethridge
teethridges
teetotal
teetotaled

Literary usage of Teether

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1. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1905)
"What does the child want ? Didn'tI lell you not to pinch me like that ? He was an awful hard teether. I walked with him, I tell you, day an' night. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1814)
"Brought up by ó pious teether in the fear and love oftbe Lord, she served God when she was young ; sad be ‘lid not forsake her in her old age. ..."

3. Moriah's Mourning, and Other Half-Hour Sketches by Ruth McEnery Stuart (1898)
"Dat little teether, I done tol' Pete ter fetch her over ter me right away. Time I doctors her wid proper teas, an' washes her in good warm pot-liquor, ..."

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