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Bite out   /baɪt aʊt/   Listen
Bite out

verb
1.
Utter.






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"Bite out" Quotes from Famous Books



... and when I saw them open their horrid jaws, armed with three rows of glistening white sharp teeth, I could well understand how easily they could bite off the leg of a man, as they often do when they get the chance. Sometimes they would come right up on the whale's body with a wave, bite out great pieces of the flesh, turn over on their bellies, and ...
— Fighting the Whales • R. M. Ballantyne

... middle of the room, not daring to move for fear of stepping on the uncanny bird. She remembered that once when she was a very little girl she had confidingly held out her finger to a parrot and that the unfriendly creature had immediately taken a bite out of it. She wished that the light would come; it made her nervous to be in a dark room with ...
— Glenloch Girls • Grace M. Remick



Words linked to "Bite out" :   let loose, emit, let out, utter



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