gnawing


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marked by severity or intensity

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I did not want to wake Harris a second time, but the gnawing continued until I was compelled to throw the other shoe.
The enforcement order stated there was "evidence of gnawing to numerous multi-packs of crisps for sale in the shop floor area".
If the teeth are misaligned, chewing and gnawing doesn't wear them down correctly and they can become too long.
But a recent snag has brought up this gnawing question: If I love him, shouldnt I accept him for who he is and love him unconditionally?
Remorse is a gnawing distress that arises from a sense of guilt.
Groundhogs' strong teeth are perfectly equipped for gnawing.
Q: I recently observed a squirrel gnawing on a strange object.
But it's something just gnawing away in the back of my mind.
That gnawing can undermine buildings and, since wire insulation is fair game, it can cause ruinous fires.
Research has already shown that rats and mice can both chew and gnaw, whereas other rodents, such as squirrels, specialise in gnawing, and some, like guinea pigs, specialise in chewing.
Visitors will be able to see him playing with his toys and gnawing on wood every day from 2pm to 4pm.
For the third day in a row, we hear a critter gnawing on something in there.
1 : a very small furry gnawing animal that is a rodent with a pointed snout and long slender tail
Dart stresses, "is that porcupine gnawing, even when it affects 24.
IF THE nerves were gnawing away at him inside then Paul Robinson is a better actor than he is a goalkeeper.