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- October 20, 2022
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This term is used to describe a person who constantly bites their fingernails and/or toenails. It causes the skin to bleed.
The “nail biting” term is actually a medical term for a psychological disorder. In a nutshell, the nail biting disorder causes you to constantly bite your nails, causing them to bleed and become infected.
The nail biting disorder is also known as “pugnacious nail biting” or “waspy nail biting”. The term “pugnacious” is a word that is usually used to describe a person who constantly bites their nails. The word “waspy” is a word that is usually used to describe a person who bites their nails in a way that makes it look like they are wiggling their fingers, but they are actually biting them.
This new term is used to describe a person who keeps biting their nails, but not in a way that makes it look like they are wiggling their fingers. This is more like a pugnacious form of nail biting.
I would like to see pugnacious become less of a word, but I’m not too sure why.
I think pugnacious is an interesting word that has been co-opted by the nail biting community, but I don’t think it is a derogatory term for the same thing.
Although our pugnacious friends are wiggling their fingers in a way that looks like they are biting their nails, they are actually biting them.
Another word that comes to mind is the “nail-biting” community. This is because they use their fingers to poke at their own nails, which is not in a way that makes it look like they are wiggling their fingers.
The word pugnacious is also taken from the medical community, but I don’t think it means the same thing. The pugnacious community does not use their fingers to poke their nails. Although, the word is commonly used as a positive term for a manicure that involves poking your nails.
As for the medical term, the word is a negative, and it refers to an infection from a cut. The word is based on the Latin word pugnare, which means to poke, but only in the context of a medical term.