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gap-toothed (adj.)

"having teeth set wide apart," 1570s, from gap (n.) + toothed "having teeth" (of a certain kind); see tooth (n.). Chaucer's gat-toothed, sometimes altered to this, is from Middle English gat (n.) "opening, passage," from Old Norse gat, cognate with gate (n.).

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Definitions of gap-toothed

gap-toothed (adj.)
having widely spaced teeth;
his gap-toothed grin
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Dictionary entries near gap-toothed

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