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But Young has chewed into each storyline with not just her teeth bared, but also her soul.

As Washington chewed over the Paul Ryan-Patty Murray budget deal, the Treasury Department announced a walloping drop in red ink.

“No cephalopods were chewed in the making of this film,” Lane wanted the advisory to read.

I gather up my laptop and toss the mess of gum wrappers and chewed spearmint globs into the trash can.

Within three days, Solha had chewed through three leashes—one made of wire—and one harness.

A little tobacco smoked or chewed three or four times a day cannot fail to be beneficial.

When the skins were softened, Antler told Fleetfoot that once her people chewed the skins.

The Moqui woman washed the wound, applied a dressing which looked like chewed leaves, and put on a light bandage.

He chewed the gum to make his breath sweet and drank a decoction of the root to make him live forever.

For three generations it's been a sort of a gnaw-bone, to be dug up and chewed on when there's nothing else.


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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chewed, such as: smashed, battered, brewed, decocted, hashed, and infused.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.