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incisor in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincisorin‧ci‧sor /ɪnˈsaɪzə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  HBAHBHone of the eight flat teeth at the front of your mouth canine2(1), molar
Examples from the Corpus
incisorGently knock the object against an incisor.A sweet chestnut lay close by, its glossiness marred by decisive incisor scratch marks.In contrast to this, the digestion of upper and lower isolated incisors follows no set pattern.The five categories of incisor and molar digestion are summarized for the avian predators in Table 3.14.Two further categories of incisor digestion can be recognized here, covering all the diurnal raptors.No evidence was seen of restriction of digestion to the tips of the incisors.They sneered at her, baring their tiny incisors.He laughed, revealing powerful white incisors.