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more idioms involving teeth
Fight tooth and nail
To deeply oppose
The labor union said it will fight management's reduced insurance benefits tooth and nail.
Lie through one's teeth
To tell a big lie
The bank robber lied through his teeth when the police asked him what was in his backpack.
Armed to the teeth
Extremely well prepared
The accountants are ready for the battle with the tax office; they are armed to the teeth with data.
Grind one's teeth
To be worried and upset
The sudden change in the company strategy has many of the mid-level managers grinding their teeth.
Grit one's teeth
To carry on, though upset
The reduced Christmas bonus has upset all of us, but we have to grit our teeth and work even harder.