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Synonyms for chaw

to bite and grind with the teeth

Synonyms for chaw

a wad of something chewable as tobacco

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chew without swallowing

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Results of the chaw test for the first model approve the similarities of the width from the source in all periods and reject the null hypothesis.
He looked at the tin and thought of all the times he promised himself that this would be his last chaw.
The grammatical English her Chinese characters speak, unlike Harte's "Ching a ring a ring chaw," could be easily parsed by native English speakers and therefore not viewed as particularly foreign.
Kan ophayop ma prathet thai khong chaw chianghai" [The Migration of Chianghai People to Thailand].
Terisa Chaw, president of the National Employment Lawyers Association, could not be reached Saturday; her organization filed a brief supporting the company's position.
I get my teeth in there and chaw and chaw and chaw on the ankles," King says.
The days when Thomas Jefferson referred to bourbon as "ardent spirits" and a visitor to the state of Kentucky defined breakfast as "three cocktails and a chaw of terbacker" have long gone
As the environmental debates rage, it's clear that waste management has come a long way from the Love Canal method of digging a big hole, dumping toxic waste, coveting it with a layer of clay, and hoping it stays in the ground, says Donna Chaw, lead scientist of the Composting Technology Centre at Olds College in Alberta.
The elders were respected by the youth in all cases," says Kue Chaw, a decorated veteran of the war in Laos and former director of a Hmong assistance organization in North Carolina.
No longer are the chaw in the cheek and the circular bulge in the back pocket the accepted badges of the "Pro.
His delivery evoking Sir Thomas Allen, than whom there can be no finer role model, Peter Coleman-Wright was the immensely sympathetic baritone soloist, concluding with triumph in the tongue-twisting Ching-a-ring Chaw.
And yet, as Katz himself exhaustively points out, people did use such terms as "girlboy," "sodomite," "mate," "Ganymede," "chum," "buggery," "crime against nature," "she-male," "chicken," "chickenship," "going chaw for chaw," "nameless crime," "athletic love," "robust love," "manly love," "adhesiveness," "amativeness," "comradeship," "affinity," "Arcadian love," "paiderastia," "anderastes," "Greek love"--all of which alluded in one way or another to what we call "homosexuality.
I don't know what became of the man's tobacco-free red clover chaw, but I have a tin of red clover-based snuff.
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