Definition of gnashers in English:

gnashers

Line breaks: gnash¦ers
Pronunciation: /ˈnaʃəz
 
/

noun

British informal
Teeth.
More example sentences
  • Now, I can't be sure, but I'm fairly confident that this child could have handled the nose job and Botox, for example, but when his mommy smiled - revealing the full force of her glaring white gnashers - he felt pure, primeval fear.
  • Square-jawed, with gleaming gnashers, Knoxville looks as if he might be computer-generated, like he might occasionally whimper: ‘Not the face!’
  • Yet before one is too taken by this high-mindedness, remember that Grant appeared recently in a telly shocker called Celebrity Shark Bait, where famous sorts were lowered in a glass cage to confront some rather large white gnashers.

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