adjective pre·mo·lar \(ˌ)prē-ˈmō-lər\

Definition of PREMOLAR

:  situated in front of or preceding the molar teeth; especially :  being or relating to those teeth of a mammal in front of the true molars and behind the canines when the latter are present
premolar noun

First Known Use of PREMOLAR

circa 1859


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