- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chomp.
“Turns out she 'chomped' down just the wrong way and it was a landslide of pain from then on out.”
“You "chomped" on it, with your cheek all bulged out, and blame near drowned yourself with the juice of it.”
“He has scars where a startled lion chomped his chest, puncturing a lung.”
“Hiking in darkness and a steady rain up a steep Sitka slope, Wolfe was attacked Sunday morning by a grizzly bear, which chomped down on his arm and knocked him to the ground. ...”
“Julie Cohen chomped loudly on an apple while laughing at something Madeline Brazelton was texting.”
“With a sick growl, Garm chomped the rib cage of another creature and shook his head, ripping the bones apart.”
“This was without question one of the worst I've ever seen, and that includes all the times the Buy More folks chomped down on Subways on Chuck — but in that case, the Subway sponsorship helped keep the lights on, whereas CBS and Hawaii you'd think don't really need to do something this blatant.”
“The pose and figure design are suitably Starbuck, from the cigar chomped in her mouth to the VIPER helmet under her right arm to the gun in her left hand.”
“He's still a vampire, of course, which was made clear in this episode when he chomped indiscriminately on Claudine until she was reduced to a pile of faerie dust.”
“He says that the Saxon invaders in Britain chomped on buns adorned with impressions of crosses in honor of the pagan goddess of light, Eostre, from whom the name Easter is derived.”
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