And he took her teeth out of her mouth so that she should not masticate food.
George, continuing to masticate his bread, says it has nothing to do with him.
Without water to moisten their lips, no one would be able to masticate the last remnants of food.
She was trying to masticate these when there came a tap at the door.
A moth or a fly cannot masticate solids, whilst a beetle or a cricket has effective biting jaws.
They then roll the leaf up, and masticate it for hours together.
This bark was torn from the trees in shreds sufficiently small for the animals to masticate.
Sayre bit out a page from the pad and began to masticate it.
The stranger within their gates who asks for bread is never requested to masticate a stone.
He should swallow the seeds and pulp whole, and masticate and swallow the skins.
masticate mas·ti·cate (mās'tĭ-kāt')
v. mas·ti·cat·ed, mas·ti·cat·ing, mas·ti·cates
To chew food.