what does "chewed through one's collar" mean in the following sentence?
The underdog had chewed through his collar and was making a legitimate run for the Presidency.
- ?Lv 69 years agoFavorite Answer
It's a pun/play on the term underdog, indicating that the candidate had broken free of bonds or restraints, broken free of anything holding him back.
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