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Definition of tombstone


  • a bad tooth in need of repair or pulling. Singular use or plural when a bunch of "tombstones" make up a "graveyard" which is a mouth full of bad teeth or a crooked smile.
    Going to the dentist to get this tombstone pulled...

    Last edited on Apr 06 2013. Submitted by Robert J. from Providence, RI, USA on Sep 28 2002.

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