- v. Simple past tense and past participle of nosh.
“As we noshed on dinner and wine, I couldn't help but feel inspired.”
“On the menu: Party-goers noshed on Indian-inspired food from Susan Feniger's Los Angeles restaurant, Street, and chased it with childhood favorite desserts from MILK.”
“Weintraub's wife, singer Jane Morgan, serenaded her husband with the tunes "Ten Cents a Dance" and "Big Spender" as hundreds of attendees noshed dessert: chocolate lava cakes and waffle cone sundaes.”
“Very stylish attendees shopped, chatted with friends, noshed on food from I Heart Pies while enjoying DJ-spun tunes.”
“It's like a flavor explosion," said Mr. Campbell, a 24-year-old San Francisco State University student, as he noshed on his second straight danger dog around 2:30 a.m. on a recent Sunday morning in front of a hot-dog cart above the BART station at 16th and Mission streets.”
“So Lip is no longer "a bit of a gobshite", he's "smart as a whip" (I think the Lip/lippy thing may have been lost in translation); he doesn't get "noshed" by Karen under her kitchen table, he gets a "hummer" (I think – is that after the big car?)”
“All the diligence I had done over the past year to eradicate myself of habitual late night pints of Ben and Jerry's and trips to my boss's M&M jar, went by the wayside as I noshed my way from Thanksgiving toward New Year's.”
“Tonight that table had been removed and replaced by several cozy seating sections for people to lounge on while they noshed on seafood skewers and swigged five-hundred-dollar champagne.”
“They drank gin cocktails and noshed on deviled eggs as "The Thomas Crown Affair" flashed across a blank wall.”
“I've noshed on disquieting pumpkin fritters at Bol and sampled a sloppy burger at Cinebistro.”
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