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chewed up

adjective phrase

  1. Badly damaged or worn: The transmission's all chewed up (1930s+)
  2. chewed (1940s+ Black)
The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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  • Do you remember the time he chewed up his rope and came to church?

    Just Patty Jean Webster
  • We had a pup once when I was small, and it chewed up everything it could get hold of.

    Tabitha at Ivy Hall Ruth Alberta Brown
  • I let my dog out of the cellar, and he most chewed up my sister's dog.

    Bolax Josephine Culpeper
  • Potatoes and onions had been chewed up and "the chawins" spat out on the ground.

    Lost Pond Henry Abbott
  • Oh, he means that our poor pard has been chewed up by a bulldog!

    Endurance Test

    Alan Douglas
  • Very slowly Stringer chewed up his mouthful of cheese sandwich.

    Comrade Yetta Albert Edwards
  • Why, it'll be another case of Kitchener's first hundred thousand—you'll get chewed up into little bits!

  • Then another bunch comes up and she chews that and swallows it, and so she does until all the grass is chewed up fine.

    The Sandman: His Farm Stories William J. Hopkins

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