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Definition of "gum-chewing" []

  • A preparation for chewing, usually made of flavoured and sweetened chicle or such substitutes as polyvinyl acetate (noun)

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Use "gum-chewing" in a sentence
  • "On the face of it, few people could have been more different than the blunt-spoken, gum-chewing bear of a man who built the Trans-Siberian Railway and the diminutive law professor, polished and reserved, who reminded one journalist of an “Englishman from a good family.”"
  • "Emerson is a cynical, gum-chewing Wall Street trader faced with the prospect of possible unemployment as his 170-year-old investment firm struggles for survival over an intense 24 hours in the drama "Margin Call.""
  • "Fulton's gum-chewing disdain when Wasim rams a short one into his arm is also a thing of beauty."
  • "On the face of it, few people could have been more different than the blunt-spoken, gum-chewing bear of a man who built the Trans-Siberian Railway and the diminutive law professor, polished and reserved, who reminded one journalist of an “Englishman from a good family.”"
  • "The gum-chewing man staring out the window, his mastication amplified by his superb moustache."