[ US /ˈtuðd, ˈtuθt/ ]
[ UK /tˈuːθd/ ]
[ UK /tˈuːθd/ ]
having teeth especially of a certain number or type; often used in combination
- notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
- having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed
How To Use toothed In A Sentence
- Saber-toothed cats, mastodons, giant sloths, woolly rhinos, and many other big, shaggy mammals are widely thought to have died out around the end of the last ice age, some 10,500 years ago.
- A toothed rack was commonly adopted for the automatic screw thread rotational unloading.
- Each day, in visibility of over 30 metres, we encounter black and white-tipped reef and grey sharks, large pelagics like dogtoothed tuna and many of the four hundred other species of fish which inhabit these waters.
- He was one of the few artists to impress the ordinarily vicious panel of judges, and the only criticism the toughest of them could find was with the Norwegian's tousled, gap-toothed appearance.
- He believes a saw - toothed advance will characterize a recovery this autumn.
- Break up tangles with a wide-toothed comb or just your fingers.
- Stock villains tend to be swarthy, towel-headed terrorists or slit-eyed, buck-toothed guerrillas.
- The Poisson is a discrete distribution — i.e. only defined for integer values — which means that its CDF should be jagged saw-toothed. New Holland and Webster Paper « Climate Audit
- He talks in that old familiar manner of his, all easy charm and trademark gap-toothed smile.
- This little bucktoothed chipmunk is still pissed because his team lost the cold war. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Congrats to the Obama Administration…