Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Gnaw"

The meaning of "Gnaw" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "gnaw myself free" mean?
A: Gnaw is chew but like an animal, it’s not pretty.
Q: What does gnaw mean?
A: roer y atormentar
Q: What does gnaw mean?
A: Gnaw means "chew"
Q: What does gnaw mean?
A: same as chew, bite, but used more for animals

Example sentences using "Gnaw"

Q: Please show me example sentences with gnaw.
A: 1)The kid was gnawing at his lollipop.
2)The dog gnawed at a large piece of bone.
Q: Please show me example sentences with gnaw.
A: The rats gnaw on the rotten cheese.
Q: Please show me example sentences with gnaw away at/on.
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Synonyms of "Gnaw" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between gnaw and bite and chew ?
A: "gnaw" means to work at something tough with your teeth for a long time, or with difficulty, like a dog with a big bone.

"bite" means to use the front teeth to dig into something and/or to tear a piece off. For example, you "bite" or "take a bite" of a sandwich.

"chew" means to work at something (like a mouth full of food) with the teeth, trying to break it down. If something is very "chewy" it is tough and hard to break down. (Like some octopus pieces, for example). If it's VERY chewy, you might only be able to "gnaw" at it.
Q: What is the difference between gnaw and bite ?
A: Gnawing is biting or chewing a hard object repeatedly, like a dog with a bone or a teething baby with a teething ring
Q: What is the difference between to gnaw and to chew ?
A: None really. Gnawing would be biting at/biting roughly maybe (“she was so nervous she began gnawing at her fingernails”) and chewing is when you’re eating.

Translations of "Gnaw"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “He will gnaw through your whole house.” Does this sound normal?
A: Entire house
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gnaw
A: thanks :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? to gnaw
A: The g is silent in this word, so we pronounce it like this:
naw

Other questions about "Gnaw"

Q: It it "gnaw" or "knaw". I was watching a video of a spelling bee, but when I heard "gnaw", I immediately thought "k" not "g". Is this a common misspelling, just like "alot".
A: Okay, thanks!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce gnaw.
A: The g is silent.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce gnaw.
A: Gnaw. For example (例えば), the dog gnaws on the bone.

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