Teethly vs Tenthly - What's the difference?
As an adjective teethly
is of or pertaining to teeth; dental; full of teeth.
As an adverb tenthly is
in the tenth place; tenth in a row.
Of or pertaining to teeth; dental; full of teeth.
*1892 , Pamphlets on Biology: Kofoid collection: Volume 2231:
*1998 , Laurent Chrzanovski, D. V. Zhuravlev, Lamps from Chersonesos in the State Historical Museum, Moscow :
- [...] I altered generally to dirty grayish white or on thick layer of medium showed more or less rosy coloration, without wrinkles, granular developement and teethly growth on either side of the streak; [...]
*2005 , Joseph A. McCaffrey, The Pony Circus Wagon :
- The fish, which scales, fins and tail are very carefully rendered, opens deeply his teethly mouth.
- His large mouth sloshed around, trying to get teethly purchase into the grease-filled slab as two pieces of fried onion with a dab of ketchup hit his shirt and cascaded downwards, landing around his pants' zipper.
* teethy, (l), toothy
In the tenth place; tenth in a row.