How to use labret in a sentence
A “labret” of ivory or even of wood they valued at four or five dollars—or asked so much as that at first.Young Alaskans in the Far North | Emerson Hough
The worst adjectives he applied to the labret were "singular" and "curious."Alaska | Ella Higginson
Cook reported that both sexes wore the labret; but this was doubtless an error.Alaska | Ella Higginson
It is worn for ornament, the same as ear-rings or nose-rings, and is called a labret.
One old woman still retained the labret, but it was only a shadow of the former labrets in size.
British Dictionary definitions for labret
a piece of bone, shell, etc; inserted into the lip as an ornament by certain peoples
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