- v. worry or cause anxiety in a persistent way
“Announcing that they cannot afford to eat on their twopence a day—it is a disgrace, with bread at sixteen pence the quartern loaf.”
“But when he turns on me an shouts out ugly words, they eat on my soul, tellin me I’m sendin him t’his ruin, makin of him a mean, ugly animal that hits out at his own kids—wishin they were hers, not mine.”
“I discovered Heinz Vegetarian Beans in college because it was what I could afford to eat on a regular basis and it provided me a healthy meal.”
“The apple butter had come out thick, the color of old harness from spice and brown sugar, and they sealed enough of it in crocks to eat on for a year.”
““An omen,” Appuleia said to her as the seven settled to eat on chairs around a table.”
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