pearly whites


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pearly whites

A person's set of teeth. Be sure to brush your pearly whites twice a day, or you might end up getting a cavity!
See also: pearly, white

pearly whites

a person's teeth. British informal
See also: pearly, white
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BRUSHING ON THE RUN: Dentists recommend brushing those pearly whites twice a day.
Two connective tissues-the periodontum and the cementum-hold the pearly whites in place.
Though time is of the essence, achieving pearly whites ranks high on people's list of "grooming musts," in order to look and feel confident.
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In the newly released snap, the 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' star's pearly whites can be seen covered in gold paint, with a slick of gold eye shadow on her eyes, while she tilts her face enough to show her nostrils.