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Definition of critter teeth

critter teeth

  • used to denounce someone who has overly small and or crooked teeth. origin: Kentucky.
    Shut up, critter teeth!

    Last edited on Mar 08 1999. Submitted by seth f. from OH, USA on Mar 08 1999.

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Other terms relating to 'critter':

Definitions include: a burnt corpse.
Definitions include: an insect or creature.
Definitions include: An unattractive person.
Definitions include: any real or implied critters (i.e. little organisms) living in someone's crotch (i.e. genital area.)

Other terms relating to 'teeth':

Definitions include: narrowly.
Definitions include: acronym for "kiss my teeth".
Definitions include: to tell a big lie.
Definitions include: no problem/burden
Definitions include: to smile.
Definitions include: gapped or messed up teeth.
Definitions include: a soft, sticky, mat-like film attached to the surface of teeth causing the sensation of having spun yarn in one's mouth.

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