pso·mo·pha·gi·a, psomophagy (sō'mō-fā'jē-ă, sō-mof'ă-jē),
The practice of swallowing food without thorough mastication.
[G. psōmos, morsel, bit, + phagō, to eat]
the swallowing of food that has not been chewed properly.
psomophagia(so?mo-fa'je-a) [Gr. psomos, morsel, + phagein, to eat]
The habit of swallowing food without thoroughly chewing it.See: fletcherism