unchewed

unchewed

(ʌnˈtʃuːd)
adj
not chewed
References in classic literature ?
The workers chew them (they are useless unchewed) into the all-supporting, all-embracing Wax of the Hive.
They are perfect for dogs who eat too quickly and are at constant risk of choking on a bowlful of unchewed food or inhaling bits of their food.
In the latter, food-related foreign bodies are more likely to be ingested, and frequently the food is found to be unchewed.3
Villa have put the family on a reprint list and hope to have some new, unchewed tickets ready for them to collect before the final.
Moreover, unchewed treats can get stuck in the windpipe, stomach or intestines, particularly in smaller animals.
What is the difference in mass between the chewed and unchewed gum?
The rate of bolus moisture content growth in the early mastication was faster than the latter duration, which agreed with the condition of the rapid saliva absorbed with the low initial moisture content of unchewed food samples during the early stage of mastication.
| Joan recently that anorexia symptom day narcissism "I would spit unchewed sandwiches down my sleeves or smear yoghurt in my hair if there were no other options.
He spits the unchewed com puffs into the sink and takes the phone back to the table.
The Reds skipper has this season given his most convincing performances since that crisps advert - "Oi Roberto, pass us the Pringles" - but no matter how heartwarming a Gerrard title victory would be to some, to the majority it would stick in the throat like an unchewed Pringle.