At his heels followed his bedraggled, snaggle-toothed wife, a babe in her arms and another tugging at her skirts.
You don't think I want to get old, bent over, and snaggle-toothed, do you?
"having crooked, projecting teeth," 1580s) from the root of snag (n.). Alternative snaggle-tooth (adj.) is from 1650s; snaggle-tooth (n.) is from 1820.