What is another word for bite out?

Pronunciation: [bˈa͡ɪt ˈa͡ʊt] (IPA)

The phrase "bite out" usually means to take a bite of something vigorously, or to tear out a piece of something with one's teeth. Some synonyms for this phrase include "chew out," "nibble away," "munch on," and "gnaw at." Other related phrases that have similar meanings include "bite through," "bite into," "chew up," and "chomp on." These synonyms can be used interchangeably in most contexts, depending on the tone and style of the writing, and can be helpful in adding variety and interest to descriptions of eating or tearing into something.

What are the hypernyms for Bite out?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Bite out?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Famous quotes with Bite out

  • Today the salaries of stars are astronomical in comparison with the 20's, but the high cost of today's living and taxes takes a huge bite out of these salaries.
    Pola Negri
  • When you make a drama, you spend all day beating a guy to death with a hammer, or what have you. Or, you have to take a bite out of somebody's face. On the other hand, with a comedy, you yell at Billy Crystal for an hour, and you go home.
    Robert De Niro
  • Take a bite out of crime
    John M. Keil
  • People know me for my love of food, but I have so much more I want to share. Our show's going to be all about taking a bigger bite out of life. I want people to see themselves in this show because life is full of messes and successes, and getting there is half the fun.
    Rachael Ray

Similar words: bite out of apple, bite out of pizza, bite out of sandwich, bite out of a cheeseburger, bite out of a donut

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