To set the teeth on edge

Definition of To set the teeth on edge

to cause a disagreeable tingling sensation in the teeth, as by bringing acids into contact with them.
to produce a disagreeable or unpleasant sensation; to annoy or repel; - often used of sounds; as, the screeching of of the subway train wheels sets my teeth on edge.
- Bacon.

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To set forth
To set forward
To set in
To set light by
To set off
To set on
To set on fire
To set on foot
To set on work
To set one's cap
To set one's cap for
To set one's rest
To set sail
To set steven
To set the eyes on
To set the hand to
To set the heart at rest
To set the heart upon
To set the land
To set the palette
-To set the teeth on edge-
To set to sale
To set to work
To set up one's staff
To settle on
To settle the land
To shake a cask
To shake hands
To shake out a reef
To shake the bells
To shake the sails
To sham Abraham
To sham Abram
To shape one's self
To shave a note
To sheathe the sword
To sheer off
To sheer up
To sheet home
To sheet-pile
To shell out
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