Chews away at - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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chew (away) at (something)
To chew on something repeatedly or for a length of time. The baby has been completely miserable lately, except for when he's chewing away at a teething ring.
chew (away) at something
to gnaw or chew something for a period of time. The puppy chewed away at the leather belt all night.
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Winter monarch retreats are officially protected, but illegal logging chews away at
He chews away at
it in the park then eventually drops it at someone's feet for them to throw, so he can chase it all over the place.
Every month, every week, every day a new UI concept comes along and chews away at
our technological niche.