chew

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  • He has chewed on one side of his mouth all his life. Cited from The Golden Censer, by John McGovern
  • The traditional method of chewing the leaves has continued in modern use.
  • As soon as they had chewed all they wished they flew up again. Cited from Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore, by Cole
  • The animals chew off any growth in the grass from the previous night.
  • They will also chew up anything they can to make their nests in.
  • The young Chew took an interest in the field of law at an early age.
  • Have had her teeth attended to so she chews her food well. Cited from One Thousand Questions in California Agriculture
  • He also said that I would go crazy if one chewed on me. Cited from I Married a Ranger, by Dama Margaret Smith
  • I put a piece in my mouth, and chewed away at it. Cited from Dick Onslow, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Some, their gaze still fixed on him, moved their lips as if they chewed. Cited from Count Hannibal, by Stanley J. Weyman
  • So let's chew on that news, and calm down about the other.
  • There is no historical record of these three children after the death of Mrs. Chew.
  • When Tom finds out he chews both of them out for putting his son at risk.
  • Some kind of little green bug chews on them soon as my back is turned. Cited from The Phantom Herd, by B. M. Bower
  • One mother held her baby's face to the floor and chewed off his feet and fingers.
  • "Do you remember the time he chewed up his rope and came to church?" Cited from Just Patty, by Jean Webster
  • We eagerly chewed the leaves of trees, but they gave us no relief. Cited from In the Eastern Seas, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Thinking that it was an assistant who had done so, he took them and began to chew them without looking around.
  • It could hardly be seen that they chewed them at all; they went down practically whole. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • I got chewed up some and stepped on a few times. Cited from A Yankee in the Trenches, by R. Derby Holmes
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Meaning of chew

  • noun A wad of something chewable as tobacco
  • noun Biting and grinding food in your mouth so it becomes soft enough to swallow
  • verb Chew (food); to bite and grind with the teeth
    He jawed his bubble gum, Chew your food and don't swallow it!, The cows were masticating the grass