eyetooth


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Synonyms for eyetooth

one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars

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BUILDER David Emmott would give his eyetooth to see again after losing his sight in an accident.
8 Labelle: I would give my eyetooth to have been a visitor to the session that produced Labelle's version of "Moonshadow." If you've heard it, you might be inclined to say it was probably the best session ever.
Finishing the song he aimed his high voice over his eyetooth as if targeting the bird above the tent and like an arrow his voice felled it.
Zanzotto's imagery becomes striking, as when he writes about "the fierce eyetooth of time" which transforms things, and in describing the aftermath of Sarajevo he speaks of a "sfacciato forno di rosso." Enumerations and comparisons also enhance his lines.
The gold lower-left eyetooth, the long fingernails with dirt under them.