gnawn

[ nawn ]
/ nɔn /

verb

a past participle of gnaw.

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OTHER WORDS FROM gnawn

un·gnawn, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for gnawn

  • On the east side a strange section of gray lava and ash is gnawn into caves.

    At Last|Charles Kingsley
  • Neither shrink thou at the gnawn tables that await thee; the fates will find a way, and Apollo aid thy call.

  • Nor could they find a bundle in a handkerchief, which they would have gnawn through speedily.

    The Open Air|Richard Jefferies