"tooth" Definition

  1. “he has cut his eye TOOTH,” _i.e._, he is sharp enough, or old enough, to do so; “old in the TOOTH,” far advanced in age,—said often of old maids. From the stable term for aged horses which have lost the distinguishing marks in their teeth.

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Position in the dictionary: 3729 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: tootsies, top, top up, top-dressing, top-heavy, top-sawyer, topped, topper, topsy-turvy, tormentors
Previous words in the dictionary: tooley street tailor, tooler, tool, tony lumpkin, tongue, tommy-shop, tommy-master, tommy dodd, tommy, tomfoolery

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