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Question for experts only. What are the meanings of the followings? Examples would be appreciated.
gnash one's teeth
grind one's teeth
grit one's teeth
Rida, please note that a better title would have been 'gnash/grind/grit one's teeth'.
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Rover, you are correct. I appreciate it.
Do people say "clench one's teeth" too?