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car•nas•si•al



Pronunciation: (kär-nas'ē-ul), [key] Zool.

adj.
(of teeth) adapted for shearing flesh.

n.
a carnassial tooth, esp. the last upper premolar or the first lower molar tooth of certain carnivores.

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