(US black) chewing tobacco.
|Kentuckian in N.Y. I 103: ‘Not your chaw-tobacco parson, I hope?’ ‘And why not? What if he would roll his chaw-tobacco into one cheek at you, while he coupled you up with the other?’.|
|Nashville Union and American XXIX June in Inge (1967) 124: Gin us a chaw terbacker.‘Sut Lovingood’s Chest Story’|
|Juba to Jive 89: Chewtobaccy n. (1900s–1940s) a piece of chewing tobacco. Example: ‘He spits his old nasty chewtobaccy everywhichare!’.|