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- noun The quality or degree of being
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With the same gummy texture inside as the Dementors Kisses, as Lindsey pointed out, it has a "good chewability factor," Tim said.
One is characterized by mass production, standard flavors and chewability.
I hope, though, that you are lucky enough to be reading this while juggling your morning coffee with a dog nearby considering the potential chewability of your slippers.
Back in my anthropology days at school we were lectured about the importance of meat to human evolution, but I don’t recall that our professor talked so much about the GI tract as the quality of the diet, and the chewability.