[ UK /t‍ʃjˈuːi/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃui/ ]
  1. (of a consistency) requiring chewing
    chewy caramels
  2. requiring much chewing
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How To Use chewy In A Sentence

  • What I was looking for is a crisp, chewy, substantial cookie that also tastes as good the next day.
  • This ancient grain has a chewy texture and a mild, nutty flavour. Times, Sunday Times
  • There's a tender, flattened, finely crumbed chicken milanesa plate with the same rice and plantains, and a pabellón criollo plate that adds heaps of black beans and chewy, pleasant shredded beef to the rice and plantains.
  • I used to have the chewy goin' all day.
  • No, I am a man of patience, and if I didn’t have these four-hour delays – I wouldn’t get the chance to eat salmon club sandwiches at the Mountain Lodge Bar & Grill (a little chewy, but it did taste salmony), browse the books at Coles (is it just me, or is there a lot of Obama books out these days? Dispatch From Purgatory » Dave Brosha Photography
  • The ready-made sort are so often damp and chewy, but, hot from the pan, they're a revelation: light, buttery pillows of canape perfection. How to cook perfect blinis
  • I prefer to use brown rice for this recipe because I think it is delicious with its nutty, chewy texture.
  • She uses a dash of vinegar to make the meringue slightly chewy. Times, Sunday Times
  • The kolache dough has a chewy breadiness to it that is surprisingly versatile. Koalche Reminder | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan
  • Instead of being creamy with chewy bits, it was just sloshy with pieces of fruit floating in it.
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