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Synonyms for chew

chew something over

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Synonyms for chew

a wad of something chewable as tobacco

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biting and grinding food in your mouth so it becomes soft enough to swallow

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2 percent of the group, predominantly the boy's chewed gutka.
A study by Cardiff University, published in the British Journal of Psychology, found that people who chewed gum during an audio memory task were able to focus for longer compared to a non-gum group.
The chewing gum is ready to be used only after it has been chewed, divided in piles of different shades and colours and warmed up in a microwave.
According to researchers from Cardiff University in the UK, people who chewed gum had a harder time recalling lists of letters and numbers than those who avoided the habit.
We think the herbivore needs the bolus (the soft mass of chewed food) to be in a precise place between each chew.
Student Abdul-Khaleq Al-Ashari, chewed qat four years ago until it made him ill.
I would have preferred if he'd still worn it because he chewed throughout the entire ceremony.
In each study, a group of patients chewed sugarless gum three times per day following surgery, for a period of five to 45 minutes, and were compared with patients who did not chew gum.
A non-scientific survey of the class after taking the exam showed that students who chewed 5 gum prior to, and during, test-taking had better scores on the exam than those who didn't chew gum at all.
Ancient Greeks, Mayas, and Native Americans, for example, chewed on the sap, or resin, of certain types of trees.
There's no doubt about it: chewed chewing gum is hard to clean up if it ends up anywhere except in a trashcan.
As part of a study by Viewpoint High School sisters Dominique and Gabrielle Massoth, the Canoga Park youngsters chewed gum that contained xylitol, a substance found to significantly reduce the bacteria that causes tooth decay.
Researchers at the University of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore have now documented such damage in two patients who chewed aspirin regularly to relieve headache pain.
Those who chewed gum (the real stuff, not air bubbles) did better on tests and memorizing things than those who didn't.
There is a moment - roughly three minutes in - when the chewed gum grows dull.