Chomp (verb)

  1. To bite or chew noisily and with relish.
  2. To bite or chew with a lot of force.
  3. To crush or grind with the teeth.


Derived from the onomatopoeic word imitating the sound of biting and chewing.


  1. He chomped on the apple with enthusiasm.
  2. The horse chomped on the bit as it waited for the race to start.
  3. She chomped on her gum as she read her book.
  4. The crocodile chomped on the prey with its powerful jaws.
  5. The little boy chomped on his candy and smiled with satisfaction.
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