from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Needing much chewing: chewy candy.
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- adj. having a pliable or springy texture when chewed
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- adj. (of a consistency) requiring chewing
- adj. requiring much chewing
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a little fudgy and a lot chewy is what i prefer as well, and these look stellar. welcome back, and i hope you're used to your new place by now!
As much as I tried to get past that by adding red pepper and cheese, I could not avoid the fact that I was eating what can only be described as chewy dough with toppings.
Another favorite (am I grossing you out yet?), stewed lingen (lungs), kind of chewy, or Billy Wilder's favorite, gehenen, brains ... fried with scrambled eggs at Kate Mantilini, which they served until he died.
Old melt and pour soap tends to evaporate its excess liquid to the air, leaving a hard, "chewy" soap that won't easily slide a cutter through.
Or a dozen of the right kind of chewy, oversized cookie.
It had a "chewy" texture that was pleasant and slight saltiness.
I like my roast to still be slightly "chewy" even though it's well done.
When the picture was taken, the fennel was only half done and hmm, let's call it 'chewy'.
The mushrooms were just the right kind of chewy and my crepe itself did a great job of holding the flavors together without being noticeable.
It's kind of chewy, and the flavor is a bit dull, but it doesn't taste rotten or anything.