[ UK /ba‍ɪkˈʌspɪd/ ]
[ US /baɪˈkəspəd/ ]
  1. a tooth having two cusps or points; located between the incisors and the molars
  1. having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth)
    bicuspid teeth
    bicuspid leaves
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How To Use bicuspid In A Sentence

  • Some F 2 teeth are truly tricuspid, like those of LF, whereas others are truly bicuspid, as in MZ.
  • Contraction of the right and left atria forces blood past the right tricuspid and left bicuspid valves into the right and left ventricles, respectively.
  • A score of 2 was given to fully bicuspid dentition, while a score of 3 was given to fully tricuspid dentition, with even cusp heights.
  • It differs from _G. nutans_ in being an annual and in having filiform leaves, bicuspidate third glume which is scabrid all over the back and a fourth glume distinctly tricuspidate at the apex. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • Behind the canines are the premolars, or bicuspids.
  • The overwhelming cause of aortic valve disease in Europe is calcific degenerative disease, and about 2% of the population have congenitally bicuspid aortic valves.
  • A few days after my upper left first bicuspid was yanked, my dentist gave me what he calls a flipper, a dead ringer for a real tooth, aged to match the rest of my flawed set. In the Fullness of Time
  • The _first glume_ is narrow, linear, membranous, grooved, finely bicuspidate at the apex, with incurved margins and two nerves ending in tubercles below. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • Persons born with a bicuspid aortic valve are predisposed to develop aortic stenosis.
  • I realized that one of his bicuspids was dead, turning the green-gray of dead teeth.
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