unchewable


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unchewable

(ʌnˈtʃuːəbəl)
adj
not able to be chewed; tough
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Adj.1.unchewable - (of meat) full of sinews; especially impossible to chew
tough - resistant to cutting or chewing
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If plastic is mixed with wheat flour, it cannot be cohesive and would result in being unchewable.
The pork belly was described on the menu as "crispy", which I guess is a Thai word meaning something like "rubbery, sticky stuff that is virtually unchewable
How do they take animals renowned for behavior that includes dining upon their own feces, chewing supposedly unchewable objects and leg-humping guests at dinner parties, and turn them into such gentlemanly squires?
A lemon pudding substitute was first too runny, then unchewable when frozen.
Fruit skins and vegetable peels, bones and unchewable remnants were divided into categories and either hit the compost heap in the garden, or went to feed the hens and ducks in the small urban backyard.