[ US /ˈdɛnəɫ, ˈdɛntəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɛntə‍l/ ]
  1. of or relating to dentistry
    dental student
  2. of or relating to the teeth
    dental floss
  1. a consonant articulated with the tip of the tongue near the gum ridge
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How To Use dental In A Sentence

  • Evidentally, this is an effective way for her to keep herself calm because she is easily excitable.
  • Could the answer for dental plaque be a transplant, not of teeth but of genetically engineered bacteria?
  • The lid won't come off accidentally , it's been fastened on.
  • Then they recruited him (not their first choice, incidentally) to do the donkey work.
  • THE timing of these arrests is interesting and may not be coincidental. The Sun
  • Or you could specialise in orthodontics, oral pathology, child dental health or even train to become a maxillofacial surgeon someone who specialises in facial surgery. Dentistry
  • Incidentally, while this naturally brings up an analogy to the constitutional right to an abortion, the analogy is complex.
  • We may look like lobsters, or tuna fish, but that is purely coincidental. Times, Sunday Times
  • Occidentali Noruagiæ Insula, quæ Glacialis dicitur, magno circumfusa Oceano repentur, obsoletæ admodum habitationis tellus, A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas
  • He leaned over and reached into the glove compartment, his forearm accidentally brushing across her thigh.
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