Definition of Morsal

1. pertaining to a bite [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morsal

morris dancer
morris dancers
morris dancing
morrised
morrises
morrising
morro
morros
morrot
morrots
morrow
morrows
morrowtide
mors
mors thymica
morsal (current term)
morse
morse alphabet
morsel
morseled
morseling
morselled
morselling
morsels
morses
morsicatio
morsicatio buccarum
morsitation
morsulus
morsure

Literary usage of Morsal

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1. Diseases of the Mouth: For Physicians, Dentists, Medical and Dental Students by Ferdinand Zinsser (1912)
"27, 52, 53, 54 and 56) in which the defect is seen at the morsal margin of the ... Usually the teeth are narrower at the gingival and morsal margins of the ..."

2. Dominion Dental Journal (1906)
"There are few if any proximate cavities in molars and bicuspids which should not include the morsal surface. In all of such cavities, no matter what filling ..."

3. Proceedings of the National School of Dental Technics by American Institute of Dental Teachers (1897)
"Under this same exception, but in no other case, is it permissible to form a proximo-occlusal cavity for metal with a V-shaped morsal opening, ..."

4. A Manual of Dental Prosthetics by George Henry Wilson (1920)
"In the incisors and cuspids there is the so-called "pin-guard" situated between the pins and the morsal edge to afford a shoulder to which the vulcanite may ..."

5. The International Journal of Orthodontia (1916)
"Presented because it exhibits the folly of attempting to obtain union between crown and dummy anywhere except upon the mesio-morsal and disto-morsal lines ..."

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