And as she munched on her dairy-free Sofritas burrito, she realized that as much as anything she was probably missing that stuff.
The other munched fiercely at the brown, uninviting bit of biscuit.
He munched in silence for a while, and she did not dream of interrupting.
While she munched the sweetmeats he glanced at her mother interrogatively.
The whole is made up into a parcel and munched, but not swallowed.
Helen munched them as she cranked the telephone and listened for an answer from the operator in the nearest town.
He munched his humble fare with a gusto he had not known for years.
Altogether he was an unwholesome, disagreeable-looking brute, who munched his grass morosely and had no elephantine geniality.
He now munched some of it, and lay, watching the mouth of the gorge below.
"If this is prison fare I don't care how soon I am out of it," he said to himself as he munched the bread.
late 14c., mocchen, imitative (cf. crunch), or perhaps from Old French mangier "to eat, bite," from Latin manducare "to chew." Related: Munched; munching.