teeth [tēth]
pl. of TOOTH
armed to the teeth or dressed to the teeth
as armed (or dressed up) as one can be
get one's teeth into or sink one's teeth into
to become fully occupied or absorbed with
in the teeth of
1. directly against; in the face of
2. in opposition to; defying
set one's teeth
to prepare to meet firmly something difficult or unpleasant
show one's teeth
to show hostility; threaten angrily
throw something in someone's teeth
1. to reproach someone for something
2. to hurl (a challenge, taunt, etc.) at someone

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