Both sisters bit their nails as children...
He bit into his sandwich...
He had bitten the cigarette in two...
Every year in this country more than 50,000 children are bitten by dogs...
Llamas won't bite or kick.
He took another bite of apple...
You cannot eat a bun in one bite.
It was time to go home for a little rest and a bite to eat.
When an infected mosquito bites a human, spores are injected into the blood...
We were all badly bitten by mosquitoes.
Any dog bite, no matter how small, needs immediate medical attention.
As the sanctions begin to bite there will be more political difficulties ahead...
The recession started biting deeply into British industry.
There may even be some wire or nylon biting into the flesh...
The car's tires bit loudly on the rutted snow in the street.
...the addition of tartaric acid to give the wine some bite.
There was a bite in the air, a smell perhaps of snow.
The teams have that extra bite when they are playing against their neighbours...
The novel seems to lack bite and tension—even passion.
After half an hour, the fish stopped biting and we moved on.
...bites of conversation.
She may be cynical about the film industry, but ultimately she has no intention of biting the hand that feeds her.
Whenever possible, suggest she talks about it but be aware she may bite your head off for your trouble.
I must learn to bite my lip...
He bit his tongue as he found himself on the point of saying 'follow that car'.
Local taxes are going to be taking a bigger bite out of people's income than they ever have before.
近义词: sting,insect bite10
近义词: seize with teeth13