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  • adj. That has not been chewed.


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un- +‎ chewed


  • She felt a chunk of unchewed carrot slide down the back of her tongue and lodge in her windpipe.


  • I stopped for a second and offered the unchewed end of my burrito.

    Steven Crandell: One Burrito for Mankind

  • Lift and wrap these arms, place unchewed yellow fingernails on your neck, and move until they scraped down your back, pushed past stained skirts to the stone arches of my hips.

    Some Fairy Tale and Sleeping Beauty Poems

  • Music: There's not an unchewed fingernail in the house.

    Overheard at WisCon

  • Even if Bracchi had agreed to take decedent home, decedent choking on an unchewed piece of roast beef was not a reasonably foreseeable risk of stopping for a bite to eat.

    NY Minute

  • If she didn't, I wouldn't have an unchewed piece of furniture, clothing or shoe left, and my backyard would look like the face of the moon.

    Goodbye to Tatiana

  • She was in her natural form, grazing on the verdant patch of grass nearby; a forgotten mouthful of grass hung unchewed.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • I was afraid he was going to choke due toinhaling the crusty sandwich completely unchewed.

    incipit vita nova

  • He has run through all the interesting unchewed surfaces in the room.


  • But if we can “open up” plant cells to get the nutrients inside, how come unchewed peas and corn get straight through the GI intact?

    Are we meat eaters or vegetarians? Part II | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.


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