Joe took a chomp out of a hamburger.
The horse would contentedly sit and chomp apples for hours while Sherry found escape from her world.
‘Thank you, ma'am,’ I say, taking a chomp out of a cookie.
Colorful bands on a butterfly's wing provide camouflage among leaves and flowers, of course, but they can also divert a predator's eye toward the butterfly's tail, where a little bite won't matter as much as a chomp on the head.
I had half-heartedly tried growing tomatoes once before in Charleston and knew that these evil pests loved to take a chomp out of a just-ripe tomato.
It did make me smile as I chomped on a pork pie washed down with cava.
But he was not in a talkative mood and chomped his way grumpily through the meal, responding with grunts and monosyllables to all attempts to engage him in conversation.
After leaping about 4ft into the air, the cat brought the dragonfly down a final time, lifted it in his paws and chomped on its green and black tail.
Many readers will at this stage not be able to read this column as they will be scrunching up their fists, biting their nails, gnashing their teeth and chomping furiously on all forms of chewing gum!
Pests - pick off the red lily beetle and squash it before it chomps your lilies.