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gap-toothed

[ gap-tootht, -toothd ]
/ ˈgæpˌtuθt, -ˌtuðd /
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adjective
having a noticeable space between two teeth.
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Origin of gap-toothed

First recorded in 1560–70
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British Dictionary definitions for gap-toothed

gap-toothed

adjective
having wide spaces between the teeth
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