Examples of chomp in a Sentence
They were chomping burgers at a picnic.
Recent Examples of chomp from the Web
In just a few weeks, celebrities like O’Neal, Barkley, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra and ESPN’s Rachel Nichols have chomped on hot peppers, all while helping to raise almost $50,000 (including Facebook donations, which take two weeks to clear).
The man committed suicide by chomping down on a cigarette containing cyanide.
The muscular cigar-chomping figure has been fighting aliens in order to save planet Earth since 1991 when the first game was released.
The cheeseburger-chomping Trump is too sick to lead!
Some were solid and compact, which was not particularly unusual; previous research has shown that this structure was typical of early moths and butterflies, which used mandibles to chomp their food.
Meanwhile, cancer patients who did respond to the drugs had bacteria that could prompt the immune system to release chemicals that get cancer-killing immune cells—T cells—to chomp at the bit.
Jimmy Breslin, 88, the cigar-chomping, Pulitzer Prize-winning tabloid newsman who became the gruff voice of ordinary New Yorkers, died on March 19.
Plus, the greens are chopped to perfect salad-chomping size!
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