incisor

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incisor

a chisel-edged tooth at the front of the mouth. In man there are four in each jaw

incisor

[in′sīz·ər]
(anatomy)
A tooth specialized for cutting, especially those in front of the canines on the upper jaw of mammals.
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He lost two front teeth during the battle and had teammate Matt Giteau tweeting a memorable photograph of them (above) and saying that gap-toothed Halfpenny now "smiles like a piano".
The man then punched the dog walker to the face, causing him to lose four of his front teeth.
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He was coming out of the bathroom when he was punched to the face and lost two front teeth," prosecutor David Thomas told Cardiff Crown Court.
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The Dorset-based company says people who had gold front teeth fitted when they were fashionable in the Noughties are selling those, too.
Officers say he is quite distinctive in appearance because he is missing one of his front teeth and has an England flag and a word tattooed on to the back of his shaven head.
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I had my two front teeth but the teeth between your front teeth and fangs were missing.