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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdenturesden‧tures /ˈdentʃəz $ -ərz/ noun [plural]  MHa set of artificial teeth worn by someone who does not have their own teeth any longer syn false teeth
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denturesAnd so what if her dentures are a few molars short of the set.Did you know they're making dentures for sheep these days?He smiled sadly, showing me his metal dentures.People were tumbling over each other for new dentures.Sometimes he was in a City of London pinstripe and showing off his new dentures.Young people up to 14 qualify for free treatment but not dentures.Emily Jane Wood needed a full set of dentures at a cost of £6.If possible, put in the dentures.
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