verb (used with or without object), noun
Examples from the Web for chomp
The President continued to chomp on his sandwich, and now I was sweating.
The gorillas and chimps perhaps then chomp the half eaten fruit and become ill with a devastating human-like disease.
Do Republicans want to chomp stogies with El Rushbo or remain a force in American politics?
In de Barze of Diocletian four tousand peoples all could chomp in de water same time.
Vell, dey not all chomp togesser every day same peoples, but ven de barze all full den forrrty tousand chomp in same time.
British Dictionary definitions for chomp
Word Origin for chomp
Word Origin and History for chomp
1640s, dialectal and American English variant of champ (v.). Related: Chomped; chomping.