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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAW

I tell ye what you do: Give him a bone or a chunk of tough meat to chaw on.

“Might chaw on a biscuit before I take another nap,” yawned the prisoner.

Ain't you afraid that you might take a chaw on it, by mistake for your tobacco?

Then he inquired as an afterthought: “Would he snap or chaw me up a-tall?”

Not so much as a chaw of bacon, or a blanket to lay over you nights.

An' I'm hungry 'nough to chaw grass, were you to show me a tidy patch an' say go to it!

I'm that near gone I could chaw on a dog biscuit and like it!

Then Tom was fond of a chaw, and seldom had had a quid out of his cheeks.

But if that is the case why did he interfere whin the grizzly was about to chaw me up?

Maybe Bill he gives him a chaw; maybe he lies and says he ain't got none.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHAW

bite

nouninjury from gripping, tearing
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.