- n. Plural form of chow.
“People routinely mistake them for chow-chows, which is a mistake.”
“Lickliter loves just about every type of hunting, a cold Guinness and chows on two orders of fried calamari every night at a seafood joint that's near the course.”
“At least with Dracula, Gary Oldman chows down on Wynona Ryder pretty early on.”
“Some dogs, chows in particular, will just one day decide they are not going to be the pet anymore.”
“Happily so, I might add, based on the way she chows down her meals, including veggie burgers and the occasional protein shake.”
“He was a pilot, scuba diver, horseman and a devotee of dogs, especially chow-chows.”
“The lunchtime crowd chows down on favorites like the $14 hamburger, which has a 7 oz. patty and massive homemade bun, and the $15 pork sandwich.”
“Erin Kunkel for The Wall Street Journal The lunchtime crowd chows down on favorites like the $14 hamburger, which has a 7 oz. patty and massive homemade bun.”
“Then, get advice for balancing life and work from “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski “All Things At Once”, and see adorable chows and French bulldogs from the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.”
“Werner chows down at the premiere of Morris 'film.”
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