Among these the sheep graze, the donkeys bray, and the cows chew the cud.
Naething ever onybody said cud gar me think different o' him!'
More than ever now my father chewed the cud of his great disappointment.
Chew you the cud of that until the hangman's coming in the morning.
He had chewed the cud of his own virtue for too long a time, and it had given him a sour stomach.
It had cost as near as she "cud reckon, 'bout two thousan' dollars."
If there be aught of memory in him, let him sit and chew the cud thereof.
In a word, the gum-chewing Americans are trying to chew their cud as did their ancestors.
If they didn't, th' best they cud do was to say nawthin' about it.
No, nor ye'll niver see the man agin that cud rise a song like him!