[ UK /t‍ʃˈɒmpɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɑmpɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of chewing noisily
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How To Use chomping In A Sentence

  • You are chomping at the bit to tackle new opportunities as you know you've got what it takes to tackle all obstacles and crush your opposition. The Sun
  • He means big top-hatted, cigar-chomping multinationals, but what he really means is cooks, anyone who sells food. Times, Sunday Times
  • Earl is a cigar-chomping, blue-collar megalosaurus, and he's just been canned from his job as a tree pusher for the Wesayson Development Corp. A Megalosaurus Hit?
  • They are chomping at the bit to get back into match action. The Sun
  • Smith spends the remainder of the film chomping on cigars with an effeminate scientist.
  • I had a few nerve problems in my fingers but I was chomping at the bit to get playing again. Times, Sunday Times
  • The room was nodding and chomping their clackers and chewing on the drink, mouthing every bit of taste out of it. CHASING the WHITE DOG
  • The Italian could soon be chomping on a cigar if his players continue to inch farther away from the dreaded play-off positions. Times, Sunday Times
  • With its overbearingly charismatic, slo-mo vocal, chomping techno stabs and Roland 303 squiggles twisted into tight new party balloon shapes, this is raw, unbridled fare from a label that's kept up the dark, crunching, nasty end of the dancefloor spectrum for over two decades. This week's new singles
  • He has all the attributes and has been chomping at the bit to get involved. The Sun
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