adjective, tooth·i·er, tooth·i·est.
Related formstooth·i·ly, adverbtooth·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for toothy
As the driver bios appeared on the jumbo screen, I flashed a toothy grin after noticing that two of them were women.The Moms of Monster Jam Drive Trucks, Buck Macho Culture|Eliza Krigman|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He just kept looking at the picture, staring at his little brunette with her big, toothy grin.
People refer to it all the time with toothy glee as a way to convey just how grim the great outdoors looms.Study Says Doctors More Burned Out Than Others, But It’s Not Really a Malady|Kent Sepkowitz|August 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Each bowed his or her head, and Roach responded in turn with a warm, toothy smile.
That was the era of airy elegance and feeble clown shows, of yuck-yuck punchlines and toothy performers saying "Gee whiz!"
There is no connection, save in the personage of the toothy carlin, between the ballad and the folk-tale.Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail|Alfred Nutt
But was it any keener than Brayley's and Toothy's; was it any stronger; was it, after all, any more highly trained?
For the roan which he had selected fought at having the saddle thrown upon his back, so that Toothy had to lend a helping hand.
Rawhide Jones and Toothy as they rode were taking down the ropes coiled upon their saddles.
The creature gave him a toothy smile, nodded once, and grew more indistinct.PRoblem|Alan Edward Nourse