He digs peanut butter out of bamboo shoots and sucks on frozen hemp milk and munches on mangoes and sweet potatoes and grapes.
Afterwards, in the green room, Lynch sits on a sofa and munches on a doughnut.
He hasn't a regular dinner-time, as we have; only munches and munches all day.
She drinks it standing, and munches a piece of black bread with it.
The horse in his stall scents the sweet hay and munches the ripe corn contentedly.
For nearly ten minutes she munches this weak spot, which lies close to the cerebral nerve-centres.
He goes through the door, munches away at the branches, at last pulls at one.
The squirrel who munches macaroons, the song-bird who is happy in her cage, all at once becomes a raging lioness.
late 14c., mocchen, imitative (cf. crunch), or perhaps from Old French mangier "to eat, bite," from Latin manducare "to chew." Related: Munched; munching.