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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of incisors

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of incisors:

Derived Form of incisors

root word: incisor
plural: incisors
root word: incisor
Noun: incisor
a tooth for cutting or gnawing; located in the front of the mouth in both jaws
Type ofteeth,

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  1. - Just use your incisors man, bite! Bite hard! - (making nooo noises)
  2. In his case it was an extra pair of incisors, the pointy teeth that are usually three teeth
  4. the killer's incisors.
  5. They have just incisors, canines,
  6. blood-sucking dudes with a fine set of shiny incisors are thought to have originated in
  7. In the words of the Wall Street Journal, King Tut had anterior incisors and an overbite
  8. Use 'em incisors. Now let me have a swirl.
  9. Up front here you have these incisors,
  10. Up front, it had long, canine-like teeth for killing prey, but it also had distinct incisors
  11. family -- from the chisel-like incisors of rodents, to the dagger-shaped canines of cats,
  12. vegetables you have incisors at the front for cutting into meat ripping meat
  13. D: if you just had slightly more angular incisors, I would be running away from you and throwing garlic at you
  14. Up front here, you have these incisors.
  15. Its front teeth resemble human incisors while its back teeth look like human molars.
  16. It had long, tusk-like incisors and its diet mainly relied on shrubs, leaves or soft plants.
  17. They had full sets of teeth which included lower full molars, heavy incisors and large
  18. are kind of sticking out like this, these chiseling incisors that are very strong.
  19. They have just incisors, canines,
  20. It's the fact that their incisors, their front teeth, grow continuously over the span of