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- n. One who chews
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who chews.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who chews; specifically, one in the habit of chewing tobacco.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who chews (especially someone who chews tobacco)
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Now 80 years old, Mr. Shatner has built a persona that hovers somewhere between self-mocking scenery chewer and philosophical show-biz survivor.
I was a nail chewer, inclined to brood, and dubious of the motives of other people.
So unless you have a 24/7 tennis ball chewer, don't worry about it.
Do you remember the scene in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory where Willy Wonka introduces some three-course-meal gum, which gives the chewer the flavor experience of eating a full meal without any of the actual food (or the calories)?
I don't think I'm giving away a state secret when I note that Gene is a compulsive pen-chewer who renders a typical pen into something that looks like it's been fed into a chipper and then soaked in acid and then ripped apart by wild dogs.
The family patriarch on "No Ordinary Family" is played by Michael Chiklis, our generation's greatest living scenery chewer.
Take care with Christmas lights, especially if your dog is a chewer.
Kitteh, chew could use a good agent to maek you a star, get chewer own sitcom, be a moobie star.
If your Christmas canine is a chewer by nature, then the All Natural Mega Munch Sticks $4.99 made of bark covered willow branches will have your pet chomping and chasing this multipurpose toy.
Now I'd have understood if she was a chewer, but she isn't and has even left de-squeaking her toys behind her, so this one came out of the blue.