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  • n. Plural form of munching.


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  • Though the gory action is plentiful and, in horror terms, weepingly realistic, there is also plenty of time between the unholy munchings/tearings/beatings/unearthly cries of misery and despair from soulless necrotic bodies for the tension to build, the shadows to gather and the dread to pool in your tender, vulnerable stomach.

    I hate zombies ? but I like The Walking Dead

  • Along the way, a colourful cast of characters provide Taran with worldly wisdom and witty banter, while the "crunchings and munchings" of the adorable Gurgi will captivate everyone's hearts.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Monster likes to wash down its mini-people munchings.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Water Babies - Simon Brown

  • It sounded like the half - inarticulate munchings of animals in a stall.

    The Years

  • Manóbos, yet they eat the equivalent of three or more, for between pieces of sugarcane and munchings of wild fruit, [34] they keep replenishing the inner man pretty constantly.

    The Manóbos of Mindanáo Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume XXIII, First Memoir

  • Here the only sounds disturbing the stillness were steady munchings of many mouths, and stentorian breathings from all but invisible noses, ending in snores and puffs like the blowing of bellows slowly.

    Far from the Madding Crowd


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