The great fish, a full six feet in length, slashed past the sharks and tore a chunk out of the bird.
He took the chunk out of her saucer, and poured the soft in.
Those pesky tourists always whittle a chunk out of my Totem Pole for a souvenir.
Meta punched in the last setting, and the course tape began to chunk out of the case.
Yes'n, a gal, an' ef she wa'n't a zooner you may jess take an' knock my chunk out.
I hope I don't step on something that decides to take a chunk out of my foot.
One of them will bite a chunk out of a whale, and as quick as he lets go another will take his place.
A chunk out of an 'and grenade 'it 'im in the thigh, and 'e laughed like 'ell becos 'e'd got a 'cushy' wound.
"At least two weeks before we get more and a chunk out of the precious grub money," groaned Ernest at breakfast.
Just going to merge my individuality, bite a chunk out of an apple and get kicked out of the Garden of Eden.
To throw; chuck (1830s+)