Examples of chomp in a Sentence
They were chomping burgers at a picnic.
Recent Examples of chomp from the Web
The second Baron in the league meet was Armando Campos who earned All-Section honors with his 10th place finish and returns chomping to fare even better after a strong summer of training up to 50 miles a week with most of the team.
Left-wing critics like Glenn Greenwald or Noam Chomsky have developed a nice little stand-up routine riffing on liberals who are supposedly chomping at the bit to replay the Cold War.
Let lesser men chomp on fast-casual pizzas and Velveeta nachos.
Goop gives many of these Soul-Cycling, chia-chomping young people a place to ramp their zen to the next level.
China, now the world leader thanks to Trump, has been chomping at the bit to gain a leadership position, and the error that is Trump just handed it to them.
If the fruit doesn't bother you, by all means, keep chomping on it.
And hopefully, the international guys will come back chomping at the bit a little bit.
But the sight of Spieth chomping away in high-definition over 18 holes was unusual for golf.
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