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Definition of Gnawable
1. gnaw [adj] - See also: gnaw
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Literary usage of Gnawable
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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"Undisturbed, the rats played in wild riot through my hut during the day, and In the night gnawed everything gnawable. H. 0. Forbes, Eastern Archipelago, p. ..."
2. Homoselle by Mary Spear Nicholas Tieran (1881)
"Nothing gnawable was safe from his sharp white teeth; and to lookers- on it seemed that the greater the mischief, the more keen the enjoyment. ..."