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1. tooth tooth


If your tooth hurts, you should see a dentist.
The tooth fairy teaches children that they can sell body parts for money.
She bought a hair brush and a tooth brush.
An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
Which tooth?
I wonder if they don't have meetings anymore where strong words fly and everyone goes at each other tooth and nail.
Am I going to have a false tooth or a crown?
After rounding the Dragon's Tooth, the wind was on our side, and we were flying. It felt like we were running twice as fast.
Emily has such a sweet tooth she never refuses candy.
His permanent tooth is coming in behind his baby tooth.
Since I developed this cavity, my tooth has been really sensitive to heat and cold.
The siblings are fighting tooth and nail over the estate their father left them in his will.
I almost broke my tooth when I fell down.
When Billy was playing football, he lost his tooth.
Where a tooth aches, there goes the tongue.

Inglés palabradiente"(tooth) ocurre en conjuntos:

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2. prong prong



Inglés palabradiente"(prong) ocurre en conjuntos:

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