gnaw[ naw ]SEE DEFINITION OF gnaw
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GNAW
The dogs had devoured even the entrails of the seal, and began to gnaw their traces.
The dog was unable to gnaw through the leather at his own end of the stick.
Sam watched her go to the house, and doubts began to gnaw at him.
I attempted to gnaw through the wires, but they resisted my utmost efforts.
They burrowed under the snow until they could gnaw them, and thus they released us.
Come here, Harry; get in front of me and I'll gnaw your wrists free.
Her theory was good, only Buddy didn't care to gnaw his bone on an evening edition.
This they do by sending an animal into the body of the child to gnaw its vitals.
Feet-in-the-Ashes put his fingers in his mouth and commenced to gnaw them.
Dont smack your lips or gnaw your bones: avoid such beastliness.