bicuspid

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a tooth having two cusps or points

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having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth)

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TOOTH FAIRY (PG) DEREK Thompson (Dwayne Johnson) is a veteran ice hockey player nicknamed Tooth Fairy because his aggressive play frequently relieves opposition players of their bicuspids.
TOOTH FAIRY (PG) DWAYNE Johnson is a veteran ice hockey player who has acquired the nickname of Tooth Fairy because his aggressive play frequently relieves rival players of their bicuspids.
Derek Thompson (Johnson) is a veteran ice hockey player who has acquired the nickname of Tooth Fairy because his aggressive play frequently relieves opposition players of their bicuspids.
Industry observers suggested that when faced with economic uncertainty, consumers looked for ways to cut costs when it came to the care of their bicuspids, and subsequently began to question what was truly necessary in their oral care regimen.
when we gathered around fires, munching mastodon meat with our bicuspids and downing proto-beer brimming in bleached human skulls, the bulbs will be taken away in the name of the Great Green God Conservation.
I'm forced to admit that I've lived for half a century with most of my teeth, but I have never sat down to dinner or flashed a smile and given thanks for bicuspids and molars.
The upper first molars and both bicuspids of the upper arch are developed more than those in the lower arch.
Adults have 32 permanent teeth anchored by a strong root system: 8 incisors, 4 canines, 8 bicuspids, and 12 molars.