One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person's teeth.
- ‘‘Of course,’ Cecilia flashed her pearly whites at the bodyguard.’
- ‘Then, fully conscious, I could feel the dentist working away at my pearlies and finally pulling them out.’
- ‘She smiled wide, showing off her pearly whites.’
- ‘Ironically, excessive bleaching can turn pearly whites into an unnatural translucent blue.’
- ‘I looked at his perfect pearly whites and knew he was just saying that to make me feel better.’
- ‘But don't think charging off to the private sector will preserve your pearly whites.’
- ‘‘Oh, nothing,’ she winked and exposed her pearly whites.’
- ‘‘Nothing,’ came her reply as she showed her pearly whites.’
- ‘To keep those pearly whites gleaming, you need to take proper care of your teeth and gums daily.’
- ‘His teeth were rows of perfectly set pearly whites, and he had a dimple in his left cheek.’
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