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afunctional occlusion

[ ā-fŭngkshə-nəl ]
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n.
A malocclusion that does not permit normal biting and chewing function of the teeth.
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Words nearby afunctional occlusion

afterworld, afteryears, AFTN, aftosa, AFTRA, afunctional occlusion, AFV, Afyon, ag, aga, Agabus
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