- n. Plural form of munchkin.
“Probably the highlight for the munchkins was the Wizard of Oz, who told them in a booming voice to "ignore the man behind the curtain!" when they tried to poke their fingers in at him:”
“OH! and at 10 o'clock at night, NONE of our munchkins were asleep.”
“September 1, 2008 at 1:35 pm it is actually a cat breed called munchkins, which have naturally short legs like a dachshund”
“(my in-laws won't watch movies unless they are rated PG or lower!) wth?! so the munchkins are all watching Narnia right now, and I chose to stay home and blog.”
“The DCSF's branding – a rainbow emblem and giant cartoon characters reminiscent of children's story books nicknamed "munchkins" by civil servants – are being taken down this morning.”
“Deez por kittehs is called munchkins and as far as eye iz conserned deez brreders is crimminyl an’ deeprayvd.”
“The National Tour of The Wizard of Oz, touching down in Minneapolis for five performances March 26-28, 2010, is sounding the alarm and calling for 12 local children to perform the roles of "munchkins" as part of their performing arts education program while this beloved classic is live on stage in their hometown.”
“Furthermore, players who focus on magic items and experience points too much are referred to as "munchkins".”
“Last, but not least, I am thankful for my 3 little 'munchkins' who make me proud, make me laugh and remind me of what's most important of all.”
“Wizard of Oz" announced on Sunday that the Soda Pops from Miriam and Valerie's School of Dance Arts in Sanford will perform the roles of "munchkins" while the classic is live on the Orlando stage.”
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