• (adj): Lacking teeth.
    Example: "Most birds are toothless"; "a toothless old crone"
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Some articles on toothless:

How To Train Your Dragon (film) - Plot
... He names the Night Fury "Toothless", for its retractable teeth ... Later, Astrid follows Hiccup, and is shocked to discover Toothless ... tell the rest of the village, but Hiccup takes her for a ride on Toothless ...
Toothless Blindcat
... The toothless blindcat, Trogloglanis pattersoni, is a species of North American freshwater catfish endemic to Texas in the United States ... The toothless blindcat has no pigmentation and no externally visible eyes ... Its toothless, sucker-like mouth possibly indicates T ...
Toothless Catfish
... The toothless catfish, Anodontiglanis dahli, is a species of catfish (order Siluriformes) of the family Plotosidae ... The toothless catfish lives in clear, flowing waters ...
How To Train Your Dragon - Characters - Dragons
... Toothless is Hiccup's hunting dragon ... he is a near extinct, more vicious relative of the Monstrous Nightmare breed called the Toothless Daydream and possibly the offspring of the mighty dragon ruler King Daggerfangs ... She is three times the size of Toothless and is his best dragon friend ...
How To Train Your Dragon (film) - Production
... In the novel, Hiccup's dragon, Toothless, is a Common-or-Garden Dragon, a breed that is equivalent in size of the Terrible Terror breed in the film ... In the film, Toothless is a Night Fury, the rarest of all dragons, and is large enough to serve as a flying mount for both Hiccup and Astrid ... Elements of Toothless's behavior were inspired by a domesticated mountain lion owned by Dean DeBlois's uncle ...

More definitions of "toothless":

  • (adj): Lacking necessary force for effectiveness.
    Example: "A toothless piece of legislation"

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