gubbertushed

adjective
gub·ber·tushed | \ˈgu̇bə(r)ˌtu̇sht, ˈgəbə(r)ˌtəsht\

Definition of gubbertushed 

now dialectal, England

: having large projecting teeth : buck-toothed

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History and Etymology for gubbertushed

gubber, of unknown origin + tushed, alteration of toothed

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