Definition of cud:
mess, feed, fishmeal, flock, mint, spate, fireplug, good deal, corn, chaw, fodder, quid pro quo, hype, plug, quite a little, mastication, sparking plug, birdseed, passel, deal, wad, pot, muckle, feedbag, dog biscuit, ballyhoo, heap, peck, stopper, stopple, pound, hoopla, stack, mickle, fire hydrant, plenty, hatful, chew, chewing, rechewed food, batch, raft, bone meal, spark plug, pound sterling, lot, manduction, hack, forage, sight, birdseed, quid, mass, jade, nag, mountain, great deal, tidy sum, slew, pile, male plug.
He would unscrew the knob of his footman's cane for a morsel of Parmesan cheese and chew the cud of bitter reflection, while with the butt of his nose he would polish the silver ball till it shone with equal splendour.- "The Passionate Elopement", Compton Mackenzie.
- "Natalie: A Garden Scout", Lillian Elizabeth Roy.
- "Observations by Mr. Dooley", Finley Peter Dunne.