Another word for tooth
A dental process
Types of human teeth include: incisor, canine, cuspid, eyetooth*, bicuspid, premolar, first bicuspid, second bicuspid, molar*, grinder*, first molar, second molar, third molar, wisdom tooth; deciduous teeth, baby teeth*, permanent teeth.
A toothlike or tooth-shaped object
tooth is the general, inclusive word for the hard, bonelike structures in the jaws of most vertebrates used for biting and chewing; tusk refers to a long, pointed, enlarged tooth projecting outside the mouth in certain animals, as the elephant, wild boar, and walrus, and used for digging or as a weapon; fang refers either to one of the long, sharp teeth with which meat-eating animals tear their prey or to the long, hollow tooth through which poisonous snakes inject their venomget<strong> or </strong>sink one's teeth into*
become occupied with, involve oneself in, be busy at; see act 1.
in the face of, in conflict with, defying; see opposing 1.