Like all old-fashioned country practitioners, Doctor Reefy pulled teeth
, and the woman who waited held a handkerchief to her teeth
There are generally forty-two teeth
in all; in old whales, much worn down, but undecayed; nor filled after our artificial fashion.
When I was a boy in a printing-office in Missouri, a loose-jointed, long-legged, tow-headed, jeans-clad countrified cub of about sixteen lounged in one day, and without removing his hands from the depths of his trousers pockets or taking off his faded ruin of a slouch hat, whose broken rim hung limp and ragged about his eyes and ears like a bug-eaten cabbage leaf, stared indifferently around, then leaned his hip against the editor's table, crossed his mighty brogans, aimed at a distant fly from a crevice in his upper teeth
, laid him low, and said with composure:
As Tom wended to school after breakfast, he was the envy of every boy he met because the gap in his upper row of teeth
enabled him to expectorate in a new and admirable way.
Feeling himself so smitten, he imagined himself slain or badly wounded for certain, and recollecting his liquor he drew out his flask, and putting it to his mouth began to pour the contents into his stomach; but ere he had succeeded in swallowing what seemed to him enough, there came another almond which struck him on the hand and on the flask so fairly that it smashed it to pieces, knocking three or four teeth
and grinders out of his mouth in its course, and sorely crushing two fingers of his hand.
They express the consciousness that you have no enemy to punish, but that you have pain; the consciousness that in spite of all possible Wagenheims you are in complete slavery to your teeth
; that if someone wishes it, your teeth
will leave off aching, and if he does not, they will go on aching another three months; and that finally if you are still contumacious and still protest, all that is left you for your own gratification is to thrash yourself or beat your wall with your fist as hard as you can, and absolutely nothing more.
We do not call that toothless which has not teeth
, or that blind which has not sight, but rather that which has not teeth
or sight at the time when by nature it should.
Running towards the tuft of trees, he beheld the head and fiery eyes of an immense serpent or dragon, with the widest jaws that ever a dragon had, and a vast many rows of horribly sharp teeth
The slightest reproof, the most mild and justifiable remonstrance, would be met by a resentful glare and an evil shrinking of his thin dry upper lip, a snarl of hate to which he generally added the agreeable sound of grinding teeth
Besides the fundamental principle already hinted at, I demanded the fresh bloom of youth, pearly teeth
, glossy ringlets, and the whole list of lovely items, with the utmost delicacy of habits and sentiments, a silken texture of mind, and, above all, a virgin heart.
groaned Good; and, as was his way when perplexed, he put his hand to his false teeth
, dragging the top set down and allowing them to fly back to his jaw with a snap.
And then, old fellow, he gives him one in the teeth
with the butt end of his gun.