This is equivalent to the cry of "biters" when an apple is shown, and establishes unquestionable title.
Chalmers made up a name for them; he called them "The biters."
She gathered together her building timber: 'biters of straw' sheltered her, and 'drink's echoing cavern' was above her.
The biters and anti-biters being equally divided, the discussion waxes strong.
In the early part of the century, society was beset by the "biters."
Every day produces something new in the world: jests turn into earnest, and the biters are bit.
There a duck was sitting on her eggs between the jaws of an ox, which you call 'biters of straw.'
When these biters lay hold, nothing will make them let go; you must tear them away by pieces.
There's kickers and biters and shirks amongst them; but if they won't learn and can't learn, they get 'condemned.'
The biters were out, running hither and thither after their manner, and filling the air with hideous cries.