Gnawing [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Gnawing:

On his way back, he noticed there were two others in the backroom, a couple of men gnawing on pretzels over beers.

Home, where nothing comes to distract me from my gnawing griefs and almost intolerable thoughts.

The poor Pompon, exceedingly perplexed, tugged at his beard, thoughtfully gnawing wisps of it.

Such a town as that has to be always moving back, and back, and back, because the river's always gnawing at it.

With all fed, there was silence save for gnawing teeth breaking through the hard crusts.

It was a nice fresh bone that offered much palatable gnawing, and he was taking no chances on losing it.

A drink would give him relief from the gnawing ache and perhaps a night's sound sleep.

Here is the seat of the disease which is gnawing at the vitals of the republic.

As soon as the light was out there was a sound of gnawing—curb—curb—sweek!

With jealousy gnawing his vitals he sat between two big, grown-up men, unnoticed save when he requested some edible passed to him.