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1. Don't wolf down your food.
2. He wolfed down his breakfast and went to school.
3. I saw a beggar wolf down a piece of bread in the street yesterday.
4. He wolfed down the rest of the biscuit and cheese.
5. She and Miguel wolfed down three pieces.
6. And it was wolfed down like fast food, digested with a raucous burp.
7. Jim changed quickly, took out some clothes for the next morning, then wolfed down his dinner.
8. I wolfed down my lunch, charming a second helping out of the all-smiles stewardess.
9. Gao Ma wolfed down ome leftover rice and walked out on to the sandbar behind his house, till feeling empty inside.
10. But the school dinner she was wolfing down was nothing like the standard favourite of baked beans, burgers and ice-cream.
11. Nathan returned his attention to his notes and began to eat, wolfing down the food.
12. Celestine, still steaming, occupied the easy chair, while Stafford sat by the table wolfing down a plate of leftovers.
13. Don't wolf down your food. Eat slower.
14. I swung on the gate, watching the tramp wolf down the sandwich and drain the cup.
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15. Did he wolf down that peanut butter cookie like the cookie monster was coming?
16. Your compare Nora with your English woman who wolf down from three to five meat meals a day; and naturally you find her a sylph.
17. You compare her with your English-women who wolf down from three to five meat meals a day; and naturally you find Sally a sylph .
18. Ex : Don't wolf down an entire chocolate cake; you will get indigestion.
19. You compare her with your English women who wolf down from three to five meat meals a day, and naturally you find her a sylph.
20. Don't wolf down all the food; leave some for later.
21. Don't wolf down an entire chocolate cake; you will get indigestion.
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