Recent Examples of teething from the Web
The agency recommends gentle gum massage, cold teething rings, and cloths.
Snatching at chances plagued his game at the start of the 2017/18 campaign, though the teething problems which formally hampered his credibility unfortunately arose again against Bolton, with all four of the Frenchman's shots coming to no avail.
In April, one of the manufacturers, Hyland’s, recalled its homeopathic teething products after hundreds of reports of sick babies,10 infant deaths, and strong-arming from the FDA.
Many of the teething troubles that businesses fear—such as unclear and excessively complex new rules—will likely become less daunting over time.
Hyland's Baby Teething Tablets have safely treated the pain associated with teething for more than 85 years.
Investors and analysts have been debating how the country’s biggest tax overhaul since independence in 1947 will impact the country’s markets, with some predicting that the GST will face teething problems.
Over time, the tournament has been a chance for host countries to work through teething problems ahead of the World Cup.
For example, chamomilla can treat severe colic or painful teething in an infant.
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Origin and Etymology of teething
First Known Use: 1732See Words from the same year
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