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cast in (one's) teeth
To reprimand harshly. Possibly refers to the ancient punishment of knocking one's teeth out with stones. Oh man, did Mr. Smith cast it in my teeth today when he found out I still hadn't finished the project he gave me an extension on!
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cast something in someone's teethreject defiantly or refer reproachfully to a person's previous action or statement.
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