jaw away

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jaw away

To talk incessantly and/or at great length. I became so bored while the professor jawed away at us that I nearly fell asleep in the middle of the lecture. Whenever I meet up with Tammy, our "conversation" is always just her jawing away while I listen patiently on.
See also: away, jaw
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THIS is the horrific face of yob Britain - a dad beaten by two thugs in an unprovoked attack so violent it smashed his jaw away from his skull.
He collapsed to the ground but the thugs rained blows on his face and head, hitting him so hard they broke his upper jaw away.
Two folowing steps were release of loads and pulling the jaw away from the cover surface.
Jim had risked his life to save that man from himself, and save others from him; that man had blown his own jaw away trying to disarm a police officer while resisting an eminently lawful arrest and the prosecution called it "reckless.