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Masticate mas-tə-kayt Part of speech: verb Origin: Middle English, 17th century 1 To chew food 2 To crush into pulp Examples of Masticate in a sentence "His injured jaw left him unable to masticate his meals." "Rhinos have a unique way of masticating the leaves and branches they eat throughout their lives

Mark Pollock and Simone George: A love letter to realism in a time of grief | TED Talk


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