falsers

falsers

(ˈfɔːlsəz)
pl n
(Dentistry) informal a colloquial term for false teeth
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The falser he, the truer Joe; the meaner he, the nobler Joe.
No notion could have been falser than this, for Rosamond's discontent in her marriage was due to the conditions of marriage itself, to its demand for self-suppression and tolerance, and not to the nature of her husband; but the easy conception of an unreal Better had a sentimental charm which diverted her ennui.
Bertie singing in the tunnel, Bobby's falsers, Gemmell's goal, Stevie's finish and a certain penalty kick.
What started more than a decade ago as an emergency dental appointment has neared completion in me finally being able to eat an apple again without it, or my falsers, landing out on the table.
And placed like a haggis on the middle were her falsers.
More and more people are getting help for bad breath and, surprisingly, the IDA says keeping your natural teeth for longer instead of getting falsers is a bad move.
To teach the ruder shepheard how to feede his sheepe, And from the falsers fraud his folded flocke to keepe.
The Inter players wrote Celtic off when they saw the players put their falsers into bunnets.
Until the titanium rods make my gums their home in the new year I am stuck with a set of falsers - and for fear they come flying out of my gob at the first sign of laughter and/or food - I am on a misery and liquid only diet.
But the truth about Washington's falsers is equally bizarre.
But I don"t want to be flashing my Steradent-soaked falsers or pinning in my Miss Marple bun when I' am in my 80s.
He and Alex McLeish and Jim Leighton - without his falsers - looked ferocious and they were going 'Aaargh