bite[ bahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF bite
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BITE
The russet of oranges is caused by the bite of an insect on the skin.
Stopping for a bite to eat in the kitchen, Linda went back to her room.
She could scratch, kick, and bite—and stab too; but for stabbing she wanted a knife.
Procinus, however, was spared to die of the bite of a viper.
Won't you stop for a bite and fresh water with friends of the cause?
Now you come in, an' I'll git you a bite o' somethin' t'eat.
They scowled at him as if they were mad enough to bite off the heads of tenpenny nails.
Grant isn't going to bite you, and you're not afraid of him.
You make one bite your head off, when one wants to be soothing beyond everything.
He could only bite his nails and puff away to the next Defaulter.