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denture (n.)

"the provision of teeth in the jaws," especially "a set of artificial teeth," 1845, from French denture "set of teeth," from Latin dens (genitive dentis, "tooth," from PIE root *dent- "tooth") + -ure (see -ure). In Middle English, the word meant "an indenture; a zigzag course" (c. 1400). Related: Dentures.

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Definitions of denture from WordNet

denture (n.)
a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth;
Synonyms: dental plate / plate
From wordnet.princeton.edu