adverb see dental I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • dental — I. adjective Etymology: Latin dentalis, from dent , dens Date: 1594 1. of or relating to the teeth or dentistry 2. articulated with the tip or blade of the tongue against or near the upper front teeth • dentally adverb II. noun Date …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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