Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The most of them so alien to us they set one's teeth on edge.
It was a noise that set one's teeth on edge.
To Dave, the tone had a grating effect that set one's teeth on edge.
Such warm-cold contrasts tend to set one's teeth on edge.
The tone of the Assistant Commissioner's remarks had been sour enough to set one's teeth on edge.
No sound, but a rasping shrillness that skidded on one's nerves, a something in the air that set one's teeth on edge.
It also has to be said that some of Mr. Rheingold's suggestions for incorporating more general terms into English are inclined to set one's teeth on edge.
Mettre les Dents au Crochet (Set One's Teeth on Edge)
He would use a phrase or a word that was common to vulgarity, if it said what he meant; sometimes he sets one's teeth on edge, in his earlier stories, by his public school diction.
And now this bone-rack of a gray mule with one lop ear, a mind of his own, and a gait which could set one's teeth on edge when you pushed him into any show of speed.
All around it looked so cold and raw: the long willow-leaves were quite yellow, and the fog dripped from them like water; one leaf fell after the other: the sloes only stood full of fruit, which set one's teeth on edge.
And whereas before, out in the open, on the road, it had been no more than a wonder too big to comprehend, here beneath this roof, inside this family home, it became an alien blasphemy that set one's teeth on edge. '
However, Tovey cautions against taking ornamentation too far, stating that "one is thankful [for the soloist] to do as little as possible; for any deviation from Mozart's style, even a deviation into early Beethoven, sets one's teeth on edge."