Plaster and ceramic replicas of organs and appendages rest on the shelves alongside sets of false teeth.
In his haste to flee, he had dropped his owlish horn rims, his wallet, and false teeth.
She had false teeth that moved, and a way that she clenched her jaw, I did that.
He had lost his spectacles and his upper set of false teeth.
It was just the other way, because at that time there were no spectacles or false teeth.
He has all the smooth and exquisite manners of the old diplomats, without their false teeth and things.
I wish I had been born with false teeth and a false liver and false carbuncles.
I'm in the sixties—sound of wind and limb—only two false teeth—one at each side, bicuspids, merely for show.
Take out that set of false teeth and shave off your moustache, too.
As she spoke, her false teeth, too large for her gums, rattled; a stench of the grave accompanied the smile on the painted lips.