jaw down

jaw someone down

Sl. to talk someone down; to wear someone down talking. We'll try to jaw him down. If that doesn't work, I don't know what we will do. We will jaw down the objectors.
See also: down, jaw
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During chewing, the masseter is assisted by three other muscles and the four muscles work together to pull the jaw down and back up again.
The Gel Nano Flavor Fusion features a frame designed to absorb and disperse impact away from point of contact; a liner that custom molds to teeth for a tight, comfortable fit; and a Mandibular Orthopedic Repositioning Appliance (MORA) that, when fitted and worn correctly, positions the lower jaw down and forward, which may increase strength and athletic performance.
The latest of those to sign up has been Catterick, with the head coach saying of his ex-England Under-20s star: "Tom is a good young lad, and he has bounced back well from breaking his jaw down at Exeter earlier in the season.
Open your mouth as wide as you can, dropping your jaw down and hold for a count of three.
When the bite is off, Bakke explains, a person usually compensates by dropping the jaw down and forward, because it's more comfortable.
By moving your jaw down and forward, and securing it there, the mouthguard creates a few millimeters of a buffer zone at the Temporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ) sockets.
They discovered my grandmother had something wrong with her tooth and they removed the whole of her jaw down to her chin.
Skin the lower jaw down as far as possible, and then do the same to the nose.
With my jaw down by my kneecaps, I glanced at the nurse in time to see her pocket-watch smile and wink at me.