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undershot

adjective un·der·shot \ˈən-dər-ˌshät\

Definition of UNDERSHOT

1
:  moved by water passing beneath <an undershot wheel>
2
:  having the lower incisor teeth or lower jaw projecting beyond the upper when the mouth is closed

First Known Use of UNDERSHOT

1610
Medical Dictionary

undershot

adjective un·der·shot \ˈən-dər-ˌshät\

Medical Definition of UNDERSHOT

:  having the lower incisor teeth or lower jaw projecting beyond the upper when the mouth is closed—used chiefly of animals

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