from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Slang Food, especially snacks.
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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eat.
- n. Food.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. informal terms for a meal
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I was concerned about getting the band promotional support and Hal Allyn was more concerned with sticking us with breakage charges, packaging deductions, and other tried-and-true means of making sure the label eats the whole steak and the artist is paid in gristle.
Looking for something more, Black's character heads into the forest and eats from the Tree of Knowledge despite the protests of Cera's character.
For you non-Death Note fans, the only thing he eats is sweets.
If we missed a place with some good pumpkin eats, let us know!
Now Leslie Kammerdiener, 44, spends her days making sure Kevin eats well, is clean and comfortable, and is not in pain.
The sports comes with superb Latin eats in a fun setting, decorated with Mexican wrestling trinkets: masks, posters, and figurines.
Did you see a bird, eats from a bowl, milk and grass, on rose.
We still have a lot to do to drag palin eats babies ourselves out of the whole that Bush left behind. bozo the obama
UPDATE: David Akin eats crow. posted by Dr. Dawg at 5: 34 PM
The Spanish population of New Spain eats too much, he writes, and this is bad for them because it "generates a large amount of excrements, which suffocate the natural heat [of the body]."