- to chew (food) slowly and thoroughly.
Also especially British, Fletch·er·ise.
Origin of Fletcherize
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Examples from the Web for fletcherize
I like to Fletcherize them with my mind, and with those senses which my mind can set astir.Sunlight Patch</p>
Credo Fitch Harris
The two extra months at sea gave him an insight into a great business, and he had the time to fletcherize his ideas.
The raffish mongrel was apparently endeavouring to fletcherize a complete stranger of the Sealyham family.The Adventures of Sally
P. G. Wodehouse
At first people who Fletcherize or chew their food perfectly, usually lose weight.How to Eat
Thomas Clark Hinkle
Eat slowly, Fletcherize each mouthful, it will reduce you, give you a new taste of flavors not known to the glutton.Supreme Personality
Delmer Eugene Croft