chomp

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chomp

Definitions by Wordnik

  1. (verb-transitive) To chew or bite on noisily: a horse chomping oats. See Synonyms at bite.
  2. (verb-intransitive) To chew or bite on something repeatedly: chomping on a cigar.
  3. (noun) The act or an instance of vigorous biting: "He finished the last of his sandwich with a single chomp” ( Anne Tyler).

Examples by Wordnik

  1. * chomp chomp chomp** tear** rip slowly** chomp chomp** rip slower** pause** gauge pain* - Feeds4all documents in category 'SEO'
  2. * chomp** rip gently** rip more gently** chomp at far end** rip some more** chomp chomp** make c ... - Feeds4all documents in category 'SEO'
  3. Basically, the word chomp was derived from the word champ, which means "to bite or chew loudly." - LewRockwell.com
  4. Husbands told me about wives who "chomp" their gum or park the car crooked in the driveway, and wives griped about husbands who leave newspapers on the floor, refuse to put coasters under their drinks or walk around the house naked. - Honey, Do You Have to ... ?
  5. But it feels like the boobies have been well and fully chomped to bits - not mention dragged over pavement - so I'm going with 'chomp' as my descriptive verb of choice. - The Boobityville Horror

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