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Lexicographically close words:
incising; incision; incisions; incisive; incisiveness; incisors; incitation; incite; incited; incitement
  1. My master, as I have previously mentioned, possessed a fine set of teeth, but his right incisor was lacking.

  2. His teeth were long, even and very white, but the right incisor was lacking, and this circumstance made his voice sound slightly sibilant.

  3. The jaw contains seven molar teeth, one canine, and three incisors; but the end of the jaw is fractured, and traces of the alveolus of a fourth incisor are seen.

  4. This last is intended to represent the cavity of the pulp, which, in the young incisor is, as in the diagram, of great length.

  5. A division of marsupials in which there are more fore incisor teeth in each jaw.

  6. In man the premaxillæ become united and form the incisor part of the maxillary bone.

  7. Shows the open ends of the incisor roots.

  8. The three incisors of the upper jaw are arranged in a continuous arched series, and have crowns with broad cutting edges; the first or middle incisor is often larger than the others.

  9. Among certain tribes the women also have incisor teeth extracted, otherwise misfortune would befall their husbands.

  10. The upper incisor teeth are also relatively narrower, and there are important differences in the skull.

  11. Certain of the incisor teeth are pulled out.

  12. These the beaver cuts down with his wonderful sharp incisor teeth.

  13. It may be added that a few traces of mammals have been obtained from the English Wealden, among which an incisor tooth foreshadows the rodent type.

  14. The first upper incisor is much larger than the others; canine and first two premolars rudimentary.

  15. The first upper incisor very large and chisel-like, molars with prominent transverse ridges, as in Macropus, but without the longitudinal connecting ridge.

  16. There are but three pairs of incisor teeth in each jaw, and the upper molars are tricuspid.

  17. Almost all the men and women knock out the two lower incisor teeth.

  18. It may be noted that the outer upper incisor of several, but not all, species of Myotis has a well-developed concave surface directed toward the canine whereas this surface is flat or convex in Pipistrellus.

  19. Our examination of American specimens reveals only one differential character: In Myotis the outer upper incisor is distinctly larger than the inner, whereas the two incisors are of approximately equal size in Pipistrellus.

  20. Miller mentioned also that it had the "Inner upper incisor distinctly smaller than the outer, not approximately equal to it as is the case in P.

  21. The Figure 3 represents a human superior incisor tooth, the size of which is truly remarkable.

  22. Footnote 2: In a subsequent passage, Schmerling remarks upon the occurrence of an incisor tooth 'of enormous size' from the caverns of Engihoul.

  23. In some cases the incisor teeth are drawn, to prevent them from biting.

  24. The little fellow takes it daintily in his fore-paws, seats himself deliberately, and then carrying the nut to his mouth, clips off the tips with his sharp chisel-edged incisor teeth.

  25. Footnote] *In a subsequent passage, Schmerling remarks upon the occurrence of an incisor tooth 'of enormous size' from the caverns of Engihoul.

  26. Asia has three species of rhinoceros, all of which differ from the African in having functional incisor teeth, and in their hides.

  27. The trunk, of course, is the animal's lengthened nose, become an organ useful for many purposes other than breathing; and the tusks are overgrown upper incisor teeth.

  28. As the softer substance behind the facing wears away more easily, the incisor takes a chisel shape, leaving the hard enamel in front projecting slightly as a cutting edge; thus these teeth always remain sharp.

  29. Central incisor and cuspid united with platinum bar, originally held by fillings.

  30. Another very interesting point was that we found two teeth, known as the central incisor and the cuspid (the latter commonly called the eye-tooth), united together by a staple of platinum.

  31. These incisor teeth, are heavily enameled with a sharp cutting edge and keep growing continuously.

  32. One of the two incisor teeth of the upper jaw was missing, and apparently had never developed.

  33. These all have hoofs, cloven into two parts; have no incisor (or front) teeth in the upper jaw; and are essentially grazing animals.

  34. Five pairs of skulls were compared; in all 5 pairs, finitus had more procumbent incisor teeth (C.

  35. C Upper incisor bisulcate; skull generalized; rostrum relatively narrow; length of labial enamel plate of M3 decidedly less than length of lingual plate; pelage soft and thick.

  36. The upper incisor is bisulcate, and the inner groove is fine and indistinct in places.

  37. Iteration is also expressed in the subfamily Geomyinae by the development of grooving on the upper incisor and the formation of the basitemporal fossa.

  38. The name was based on an upper incisor bearing a single median sulcus and an associated lower jaw containing all of the cheek teeth from the Benson local fauna, Cochise County, Arizona.

  39. The associated upper incisor was unisulcate as in the modern species, and the basitemporal fossa of the mandible is well developed and deep.

  40. Finally, grooves increase the enamel surface of the incisor without additional broadening of the tooth itself.

  41. The only inconstancy noted was an incisor of Geomys from the Tobin local fauna of the middle Pleistocene which has three grooves rather than the normal two (No.

  42. The lower incisor teeth, projecting beyond the upper, as in Bulldogs.

  43. The upper jaw protruding over the lower, so that the upper incisor teeth are in advance of the lower, an exaggeration of an over-shot jaw.

  44. C: Depth from a point in front of capsule for incisor (See C to C' on Fig.

  45. An additional unnumbered ramus is of somewhat lighter construction than the holotype, but is important since it bears not only the incisor and p4 but also the first two lower molars.

  46. The single median sulcus on the anterior face of each incisor is typical of the genus Cratogeomys.

  47. This is readily done by measuring the distance from the proximal end of the esophagoscope to the upper incisor teeth, or in their absence, to the upper alveolar process, and subtracting this measurement from the known length of the tube.

  48. It is customary to locate esophageal lesions by denoting their distance from the incisor teeth.

  49. The author's esophagoscopic chart of approximate distances of the esophageal narrowings from the upper incisor teeth, arranged for convenient reference during esophagoscopy in the dorsally recumbent patient.

  50. With this modeling of the side of the rostrum because of the incisor root canal, and the flaring of the posterior and ventral edges of the infraorbital foramen, the side wall of the premaxillary appears as a depressed area.

  51. The incisor is compressed laterally, more so than in any Recent heteromyid.

  52. Due to the narrowness of the rostrum, the root of the incisor is prominently outlined on the side of the rostrum, both in the premaxillary and maxillary bones.

  53. Anterior to the incisor root the tip of the premaxillary projects forward, and parallels its opposite, laterally, instead of turning inward as in Liomys.

  54. The incisor arches through the premaxillary in a manner similar to that in Liomys, with the upper wall of the root canal being formed by the upper surface of the bone.

  55. The premaxillary extends downward as a plate of bone, and embraces the posterior and lateral sides of the incisor as in Recent heteromyids.

  56. The root of the incisor is at the lateral border of the premaxillary, so it is obvious that the two incisors converged on each other at the midline to form a cutting surface.

  57. The palate is narrow in the interval between the incisor and molar teeth, in which are situated the large anterior palatine foramina.

  58. The latter expand in front, and are curved downwards to form the semicircular alveolar border which supports the large incisor teeth.

  59. Between two and a half and three years the first incisor appears.

  60. Longitudinal and Transverse Section of Upper Incisor of Horse.

  61. The basal line of the cranium from the lower border of the foramen magnum to the incisor border of the palate is nearly straight.

  62. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "incisor" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.