masticate


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Synonyms for masticate

Synonyms for masticate

to bite and grind with the teeth

Synonyms for masticate

grind and knead

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That's a huge mouthful for a tyro director to masticate, but Coco has taken the big, make-or-break step, and we hope for his sake that he won't end up with cinematic eggnog on his face.
And if you thought you could masticate discreetly, you were mistaken for Miss Parvathy was a keen purveyor of jaw movement.
In v 53, the verb "to eat" is more graphic because the Greek text uses the verb "to chew or masticate.
The rotors masticate the material for either a specific amount of time, to a specific temperature or for a specific amount of energy use (or a combination of any or all), at which time the discharge door opens and the mixed material exits the mixing chamber.
In this study, patients showed their ability to chew and masticate significantly better when provided den- tures were fabricated with lingualized occlusal scheme.
I mean, who wants to watch anybody masticate in public?
The title role provides John Travolta a rare opportunity to masticate reams of literate dialogue while pretending to be drunk and drawling.
Unless your system is in terrific shape, you will not be able to masticate, digest, assimilate and eliminate all that heavy food.
The next PAFI roundtable talks will masticate EDCA.
Connelly masticate pieces of hot dogs before giving them to her beloved parrot and we watch Alex pound on the old woman's chest and give her mouth-to-mouth only to be accused of sexual harassment.
Pick your favorite solution (which MMDA still has to masticate on):