To hold something by clamping oneâ€™s teeth. (verb)
To attack with the teeth. (verb)
To behave aggressively; to reject advances. (verb)
To take hold; to establish firm contact with. (verb)
To have significant effect, often negative. (verb)
To bite a baited hook or other lure and thus be caught. (verb)
To accept something offered, often secretly or deceptively, to cause some action by the acceptor. (verb)
To sting. (verb)
To lack quality; to be worthy of derision; to suck. (verb)
To perform oral sex on. Used in invective. (verb)
To plagiarize, to imitate. (verb)
The act of biting. (noun)
The wound left behind after having been bitten. (noun)
The swelling of one's skin caused by an insect's mouthparts or sting. (noun)
A piece of food of a size that would be produced by biting; a mouthful. (noun)
Something unpleasant. (noun)
An act of plagiarism. (noun)
A small meal or snack. (noun)
The hold which the short end of a lever has upon the thing to be lifted, or the hold which one part of a machine has upon another. (noun)
A cheat; a trick; a fraud. (noun)
A sharper; one who cheats. (noun)
A blank on the edge or corner of a page, owing to a portion of the frisket, or something else, intervening between the type and paper. (noun)
Examples of word bite
"Besides, we ain't goin 'to bite off only just a little _bit_ of a _bite_!
My go to lure when I am looking for a bite is a 4inch zoom finese worm texas rigged.
The danger from the bite is the an allergic reaction and the swelling of soft tissues which may interfere with your breathing.
BLITZER: Let me play a sound bite from a Hispanic activist in Dallas who says she's a Hillary Clinton supporter, a woman by the name of Adelfa Callejo, who made some controversial comments this week.
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