[ UK /t‍ʃˈɪkə‍l/ ]
  1. gum-like substance from the sapodilla
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How To Use chicle In A Sentence

  • His extraordinary feet in rescuing the heroin from the Shaw of Iran, by using his Bowel of N'Irthrymia, will surely peek your interest in my Chiclet novel. One of These Words Is Not Like The Other
  • Nonetheless, by the 1970s it was increasingly difficult for Mayas to continue their mixed subsistence economy, living off the land through horticulture, hunting, and selling of natural resources such as honey and chicle.
  • To teach your kids the value of rainforest products, stuff their stockings with Glee Gum's make-your-own-chewing-gum kit, an irresistible mess of sugar, syrup, flavoring, and chicle gum base from Central America's sapodilla trees. Avital Binshtock: Green Gifts That Keep Giving
  • Young boys skipped around us like tadpoles, offering porterage, Chiclets, hotels, cars, their sister, anything our foreign hearts desired. Walls of Silence
  • That leaves only the chiclet clicking of this laptop's keyboard and the rhythmic ticking of the two battery driven clocks that are in audible range. Open Silence
  • When I say I go native in Chiapas I mean eating tamales and visiting indigenous villages and beautiful places, not living in a primitive hut on a mountaintop scratching out a living in my tiny milpa while taking care of 10 kids who work the streets of San Cristóbal 12 hours a day selling chiclets and hoping to survive another day. Cost of living in Mexican cities
  • SaneRepublican: Ah, yes, Orly's Army of Chiclet Smiles aka Tea Party; The Full Feed from
  • To the east lay the airstrip built half a century ago, when Wrigley's planes flew in regularly to buy chicle tree resin.
  • Then immerse yourself in the exotic oasis of nearby Foster Botanical Garden, and send the kids sleuthing for chocolate, cinnamon, and chicle (chewing gum) trees, amid other varieties.
  • The tree, which also produces the gum chicle, from which chewing gum is made, was cultivated in the region long before the arrival of the Spaniards.
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