bucktooth

noun
buck·​tooth | \ ˈbək-ˈtüth \

Definition of bucktooth

: a large protruding front tooth

Other Words from bucktooth

bucktoothed \ ˈbək-​ˌtütht \ adjective

First Known Use of bucktooth

1753, in the meaning defined above

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bucktooth

noun
buck·​tooth | \ -ˈtüth \
plural buckteeth

Medical Definition of bucktooth

: a large projecting front tooth

Other Words from bucktooth

buck-toothed \ -​ˈtütht \ adjective

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