Alternative terms for "Gnawing animal"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gnawing Animal

gnatlings
gnats
gnattier
gnattiest
gnatty
gnatworm
gnatworms
gnaw at
gnaw someone's vitals
gnawable
gnawed
gnawer
gnawers
gnawing
gnawing animal (current term)
gnawing mammal
gnawingly
gnawings
gnawn
gnaws
gneiss
gneisses
gneissic
gneissoid
gneissoids
gneissose
gnetum
gnide
gnit

Literary usage of Gnawing animal

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1. A Textbook on German by International Correspondence Schools (1908)
"... gnawing animal. ua he, adj., near, nigh. Oía lie, f., nearness, proximity. ил hcu, i'- i. and reft., ..."

2. A Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon Derivatives: On the Basis of the Handbook of by A literary association (1854)
"Rat, the gnawer ; a gnawing animal like a mouse, and somewhat larger. House, what shuts up ; a small gnawing animal that infests houses. ..."

3. Herbart and the Herbartians by Charles de Garmo (1895)
"(3) It is a gnawing animal. (4) It lives mostly in trees. ... (2) Is a gnawing animal. The Goat. (1) The goat is a useful animal. ..."

4. A Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon Derivatives: On the Basis of the Hand-book of by Literary Association (1855)
"Rat, the gnawer; a gnawing animal like a mouse, and somewhat larger. Mouse, what shuts up; a small gnawing animal that infests houses. Mice, more than Ape, ..."

5. The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin (1909)
"The order Rodentia is here very numerous in species: of mice alone I obtained no less than eight kinds.* The largest gnawing animal in the world, ..."

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