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munch out

Sl. to overeat. I can't help it. Whenever I see french fries, I just have to munch out. I try not to munch out more than once a week.
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n. a despised male. (Usually objectionable.) You dumb butt-munch! Why did you do that?

munch out

in. to eat ravenously. (see also pig out.) I had to munch out after the party. I can’t imagine why.
See also: munch, out
References in classic literature ?
Henry did not reply, but munched on in silence, until, the meal finished, he topped it with a final cup a of coffee.
As he walked and munched the soft bread from his scrip, it seemed strange to him to feel that it was still warm from the ovens of Beaulieu.
There's nothing like eating hay when you're faint,' he remarked to her, as he munched away.
But Hatta only munched away, and drank some more tea.
So Becky bowed Jos out of her little garret with as much grace as if it was a palace of which she did the honours; and that heavy gentleman having disappeared down the stairs, Max and Fritz came out of their hole, pipe in mouth, and she amused herself by mimicking Jos to them as she munched her cold bread and sausage and took draughts of her favourite brandy-and-water.
Then I picked up a magazine from the table and attempted to while away the time with it, while my companion munched silently at his toast.