Tooth edge

the sensation excited in the teeth by grating sounds, and by the touch of certain substances, as keen acids.

See also: Tooth

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Options for the new bucket include weld-on teeth, bolt-on cutting edge, bolt-on rake tooth edge, bolt-on tooth bar, or bolt-on tooth bar over bolt-on cutting edge.
This abrasion extended from the lateral cusp edge for about 10 [micro]m at the outer tooth edge and widened to about 25 [micro]m at the inner tooth edge.
Tooth tissue is cut into thin parallel slices and imbedded in x-ray transparent epoxy with a geometric positioning marker, leaving a thin tooth edge exposed after polishing.
This / will be the mote at the edge of your vision, / the lost puzzle piece, the rough tooth edge. / This is the question that will be the whisper / in your ear, the rhythm of your breathing.
Acids found in the drinks wear down tooth enamel, causing depressions, thinning and even chipping of the tooth edge.
Tooth eruptions were defined as the first day a tooth edge emerged from the oral mucosa and remained consistently visible.
These saw tooth edges are sewn on top of a light purple ribbon.