Definitions

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  • adverb While chewing.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Speaking of the cast of characters, the performances in “The Losers” are either empty and interchangeable or scene-chewingly over-the-top.

    Movie Review: The Losers » Scene-Stealers

  • Maybe it's because Kashmir rip-offs like On The Way To Moonstone will never, ever be as finger-chewingly awful as the Kashmir rip-off that Puff Daddy did a few years ago.

    SLACKERJACK – Project Xenoclone

  • In fact the most arm chewingly embarassing moment in the programme was an interview from a cable tv station.

    Archive 2003-01-05

  • By any stretch of the imagination it is elbow-chewingly awful, the kind of thing that the Sex Pistols might have trod in while scarpering from one record company to another back in 1977.

    British Blogs

  • Tom Waits is scene-chewingly fantastic in a role he was born to play, a sly, mischievous prince of darkness who seems more interested in the sport of winning souls than the actual attainment.

    DCist

  • Where the "it" of Oops I Did it Again was reinterpreted to mean "created an elbow-chewingly awkward moment of what felt a bit like twincest".

    The Guardian World News

  • I used to pick up a leaf and draw it at work, on quiet days in my old job at the gates (days like today with its interminable rain), or during those foot-chewingly boring hours of reception duty at the Herbarium (enlivened only by occasional moments of intelligent conversation with Herbarium staff passing through reception- I'm sure, looking back, that I must have sounded a little desperate as I tried to get those friendly souls to stop a few seconds longer!)

    Tuesday 2nd September; lunch hour.

  • Now, the Will And Grace producers should have decided to draft in Britney’s husband Kevin Federline to bust out a crazy burst of his foot-chewingly bad new single PopoZao instead.

    Will & Grace & Britney Spears Annoy The Christians

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