buck teeth


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buck teeth

- Large front teeth protruding over the others; the phrase may come from buck, the adult male of some animals, such as rabbits—which have this type of front teeth.
See also related terms for rabbits.
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buck teeth

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When he grew buck teeth, me and mum practically lived in orthodontist waiting rooms while he was fitted for a neverending supply of braces.
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Buck teeth will even prevent Skater from finding love, as it is recommended that such bunnies are neutered to avoid passing the condition on to their offspring.