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false teeth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
false teethˌfalse ˈteeth noun [plural]  DCBa set of artificial teeth worn by someone who has lost their natural teeth syn dentures
Examples from the Corpus
false teethThis is rather a trivial example: if teeth were the only problem, senescence could be cured by false teeth.His lips were intensely smiling and his false teeth shone.He rummaged the bed - another fright, his life was full of them - for his false teeth.And indeed his mouth was empty; evidently he had removed his false teeth.And she can't be the only young girl in the school with a full set of false teeth.Talk of false teeth in this setting?Should I have taken the false teeth?The officer was city-bred and educated, so that the false teeth appeared to him in a different light.
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