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  • Even so, professional medical help should always be sought as soon as possible after any bite.
  • The song itself is built up of various sound bites from the movie.
  • During this time, sound bites were not limited to music from the past.
  • The game ends when the player has been bitten three times.
  • As a result, those working outside in these areas are most at risk of being bitten.
  • He claimed that he had been bitten by a woman, and the blood was his.
  • Generally they are turned by being bitten three times on three subsequent nights.
  • There have been many cases throughout history which have made use of bite marks as evidence.
  • This led an officer into trouble when he shot a dog that was biting his leg.
  • He has even bitten her nose while she was about to kiss him.
  • It's really something to bite on and I think the look is quite similar.
  • Over the past years a number of dogs have also been bitten.
  • It had a length of, and its bite force of is one of the most powerful known.
  • This was the first case that had bite mark evidence on the skin.
  • Only when they were picked up with a mechanical hand were they likely to bite.
  • It has been described as feeling like little more than a mosquito bite.
  • However, they generally do not bite unless forced to protect themselves.
  • Brown's wife had died three years earlier after being bitten in Kentucky.
  • Bite describes how the dog's teeth meet when its mouth is closed.
  • He only left his side once to bite a Zulu who came too close.
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Meaning of bite

  • noun A wound resulting from biting by an animal or a person
  • noun A light informal meal
  • noun (angling) an instance of a fish taking the bait
    after fishing for an hour he still had not had a bite
  • noun The act of gripping or chewing off with the teeth and jaws
  • noun A portion removed from the whole
    the government's weekly bite from my paycheck
  • verb To grip, cut off, or tear with or as if with the teeth or jaws
    Gunny invariably tried to bite her
  • verb Cause a sharp or stinging pain or discomfort
    The sun burned his face
  • verb Penetrate or cut, as with a knife
    The fork bit into the surface