set (one's) teeth

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set (one's) teeth

To be or become resolute and determined (to do something). Despite his ankle sprain, the batter stepped up to plate, set his teeth, and knocked the ball out of the park. We just need to set our teeth and do what needs to be done.
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set your teeth

1 clench your teeth together. 2 become resolute.
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(The 'pink diamond' bottle, not Cher.) The overly sweet scent set our teeth on edge but had little substance and didn't stick around long.