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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchewychew‧y /ˈtʃuːi/ adjective  BITEfood that is chewy has to be chewed a lot before it is soft enough to swallow chewy toffees
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chewyDo not overcook meat or it will be chewy.Nicely chewy and dense without being stiff.While no great leap forward stylistically, it has enough chewy bits to surprise listeners and keep them entertained through repeated listenings.I find that Napoli is slightly chewy but delicious.The coarse, chewy hard tack became my dinner for more than six months.soft, chewy praline candyWhat I was looking for is a crisp, chewy, substantial cookie that also tastes as good the next day.The fillings are as generous as their Stateside forebears and the rye bread has a nice, chewy texture.Steak becomes tough and chewy when it is cooked too long.
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