Recent Examples of incisor from the Web
Some have wide-set, piercing incisors for ripping apart all kinds of bloody chow.
But given scent’s ties to memory, the fragrance may create a Proustian madeleine moment and force you to address your own nightmares about incisors.
Like T. rex, Razana also had some chisel-like incisor teeth in the front that could be used to scrape meat from bones.
At a music awards ceremony in Los Angeles in 2004, rapper and record producer Lil Jon bares his teeth, central incisors wrapped in a diamond and platinum grill reportedly worth $50,000.
The skull is massive and broad overall and the incisor count is reduced to two uppers and one lower per side.
These elongated incisor teeth are so strong that their wielders often use them to wrestle and fling each other to the ground.
Ivory comes from the elephant tusk, an incisor tooth that can grow to more than 10 feet.
So begins this delightful installment of Secret Talent Theater, which finds Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue cover star (and Fifty Shades Darker lead) Johnson showing off how versatile the space between her incisors really is.
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Definition of incisor for English Language Learners
: a tooth that has a sharp edge for biting : one of the four front teeth of the upper or lower jaw
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