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Synonyms for chew

chew something over


Synonyms for chew

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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The nutritionally-balanced fruit-flavored soft chews and bites are designed to help improve the function of the immune and digestive systems, promote healthy inflammation response and support urinary health.
Comment: These results suggest that increasing the number of chews before swallowing may reduce food intake and potentially help prevent obesity.
The soft chews join a line of 11 tablet supplements for dogs and cats.
s (NPIC) Twistix[R] brand of dog chews completes a brand refresh and debuts new reformulated flavors; Vanilla Mint, Pumpkin Spice, and Peanut & Carob, which will launch during the first quarter of 2012.
This method can be effective but because it doesn't actually teach your dog to stop chewing, it may mean that your dog simply chews on a different object.
So the tongue may be constantly moving around to make sure the bolus is in the right place between chews.
Student Ala'a Al-Khiyari, 18, chews qat every day because he believes the mildly narcotic leaf helps him study.
Pet Ag is offering Chunky Chews, a rawhide chew that features a round safety knot and is designed for big dogs and aggressive chewers.
For extremely aggressive chewers, get a large toy the pet can't get his mouth around, or offer softer chews.
Life Fitness' omega-3 soft chews are orange-flavored; unfortunately the chews seem to have exchanged the fishy aftertaste for a chalky one.
About 10 percent of the population now chews some form of betel.
Made of soft plastic, the Chewing Toothbrush has bristles just like a regular toothbrush, but instead of using one's hand, a user simply inserts the brush in his/her mouth and chews.
will introduce three new full flavored energy chews into the marketplace at the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Show in Chicago on October 1-4, 2011.
According to the International Chewing Gum Association, the average person chews over 3,000 sticks of gum yearly.