Food regurgitated from the first stomach to the mouth of a ruminant and chewed again.(noun)
Something held in the mouth and chewed, such as a quid of tobacco.(noun)
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Use "cud" in a sentence
"O, da karnij..cud lectocyoot sum inosint maus, or cud put eye aut!"
"Camels chew their cuds (a cud is what they bring up from the reticulum portion of their 4-chambered stomach to chew again), but they have 2 toes."
"For six hours, the crew's members tackled tall grass and thorny blackberry plants and toiled without a break other than to chew their cud, that is."