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Correct spelling: toothless

Common misspellings:

tothese, ruethluss, toothpase, tolthless, thoothless, wortheless, nethertheless, toothers, to9thless, wrothless, yoothless, toothloss, tokthless, toorhless, tlothless, toothly, tpothless, truthless, goothless, tooghless, roothless, t0othless, teethless, rothless, toolless, tooyhless, tootless, toithless, tootbless, nonethelesss, tootgless, tiothless, foothless, wothless, cothles, worthelss, toodless, toothles, to0thless, too5hless, noetheless, topthless, 6oothless, tkothless, toofhless, 5oothless, too6hless, mouthless, t9othless, thoughless.

Examples of usage:

  1. In support of this pretension to a gentler nature than the rest of mankind, the author proceeds to attest his own abhorrence of cruelty by narrating the sufferings of an old hound, which, although " toothless," he cheered on to assail a boar at bay, but the poor dog recoiled " covered with blood, cut nearly in half, with a wound fourteen inches in length, from the lower part of the belly, passing up the flank, completely severing the muscles of the hind leg, and extending up the spine; his hind leg having the appearance of being nearly off."  Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon by J. Emerson Tennent
  2. Again he gaped his toothless mouth, and the whisker bent towards the uninviting opening.  King Spruce, A Novel by Holman Day
  3. These women with their toothless, shapeless mouths, these worn and weary mothers in home- made calico and cheap millinery, were they to be the visitors at his fireside?  They of the High Trails by Hamlin Garland
  4. His temples sank in like the temples of a very old horse; his toothless mouth was crushed together by the pressure of the long bony jaw, below which the skin hung in a flap.  The Garden of Eden by Max Brand
  5. Also her Aunt May was there, and some young people: Muriel, who was what Evelyn had been at fifteen, and a toothless nine- year- old Regina, in pink, and some boys.  The Story Of Julia Page Works of Kathleen Norris, Volume V. by Kathleen Norris