Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of munch.
  • noun The sound or action of one who munches.

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Examples

  • I love zombie flicks, you either go down the zomcom route, e.g shuan of the dead, fido, OR you go for all out brain munching, e.g. the dead series.

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  • Ellen was engaged in munching almonds and raisins, admiring the brightness of the mahogany, and the richly cut and coloured glass, and silver decanter stands, which were reflected in it, when a door at the further end of the room half opened, a little figure came partly in, and holding the door in her hand stood looking doubtfully along the table, as if seeking for some one.

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  • I don’t care if you think fried meat munching is awesome.

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  • I have a rabbit phobia but the idea of munching down on some bleeding eye rabbit deliciousness is just too....well, I'd suffer through it.

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  • Because of the diversity of ingredients they can accommodate, breakfast tacos are a laboratory for the culinary art of co-munching, which is the act of chewing different foods together simultaneously.

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  • The only thing I would change is 'munching' instead of 'marching' at the end :P

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  • In the day's first light, about 5: 30 a.m., he stood on the other side of Aaron's collapsed tent as a 150-pound black bear (more blonde than black in color) stood "munching" on what

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  • I am often astounded by how taboo this subject is since other than breathing, the two most fundamental behaviors of any species (humans included) are "munching" and "mating."

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  • Back then SCUBA diving was largely forbidden due to the antiquities in Greek waters, so I spent most of my time free diving ... or "munching," savoring the tastes found in Athens and on the islands of Spetsai,

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  • Okoye was the first dentist to spot that my gnashers went so far beyond "sensitive" that acts such as munching apples, quaffing tea and downing flaming sambucas have long been off-limits.

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