|with projections like teeth of comb||pectinate; pectinated|
|(Dentistry) procedure of cementing orthodontic bands to teeth, tracking||banding|
|(Phonetics) expressed by the lips and teeth (about a phoneme)||dentilabial|
|(Slang) false teeth||snappers|
|(Slang) teeth; dice; keys of a piano||ivories|
|a support for something constructed, adjuster for drum tension, appliance affixed to teeth, bracer, bracket connecting lines of music, clamp, pair, prepare for something, reinforce, strengthen, rest, prop; rope on a sailboat; pair, couple, rope control...||brace|
|a trademark for a dental X-ray device used for examining the crowns of the upper and lower teeth||Bitewing-Pro|
|absence of teeth, lack of teeth||anodontia|
|absorb or adsorb, align teeth properly, close; shut; block; absorb (Chemistry), cut off flow of, form occluded front, stop up||occlude|
|absorption or adsorption of liquid, act of occluding, closure of hollow organ, closure; blockage; absorption (Chemistry), meeting of upper and lower teeth, obstruction, occluded front||occlusion|
|act of stripping, airstrip, comic strip, damage screw thread or gear teeth, deprive of status or possessions, divide into strips, do striptease, get remaining milk from udder, get undressed, long flat piece, long narrow piece, band; series of drawings,...||strip|
|adhesive, any sticky plant substance, cause to stick together using an adhesive; stop up, block up; chew using the gums, chewing gum, eat without teeth, flesh around teeth, resin; rubber; chewing gum; sticky substance used as a glue; fleshy tissue whic...||gum|
|alley, be sharp, change direction sharply, change scene, delete data, dilute, divide deck of cards, divide something with sharp tool, divided, dividing of deck of cards, edit movie or video, fashion a garment, garment style, grow teeth through gums, ha...||cut|
|alloy, mixture of metals (commonly used in dentistry for fillings), filling material for teeth||amalgam|
|alveolar consonant, pronounced with the tip of the tongue touching teeth ridge (Phonetics), relating to air sac in lung, relating to the jawbone, sound produced by the tongue and teeth (Phonetics), with tongue near upper teeth ridge||alveolar|
|amusing person, ask for identification, cardstock, variety of stiff paper available in a range of thicknesses, collectable stiff paper with picture, colored card shown to soccer player, comb and clean wool or cotton, untangle wool or cotton fibers in p...||card|
|angle, angle of wing or propeller, collect, gather together; cause to slant, cause to slope, gardening tool with a comb-like end; slope, incline, immoral pleasure seeker, long-handled toothed gardening tool, move with a rake, pass across something, scr...||rake|
|animal having long protruding teeth (elephant, wild boar, etc.), animal with tusks||tusker|
|annoy another, anxiousness, be concerned; make concerned; annoy, harass; tear meat with the teeth (e.g. dogs); advance through great effort, be or make anxious, cause of anxiety, concern; fear; misfortune, distress; source of concern; ripping of meat w...||worry|
|apply cement to something, cementum, coat with cement, fill with cement; bind together with cement; reinforce, concrete, mortar; bonding agent; filling (for teeth), fix or become fixed with cement, glue, human bond, make or become close friends, materi...||cement|
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