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nosh on something

to make a snack of something. After Thanksgiving, we noshed on turkey for three days. Who's been noshing on the chocolate cake?
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nosh on

v.
To eat something as a snack or a light meal: At the reception, the guests noshed on bagels, cream cheese, and lox.
See also: nosh, on

nosh

(nɑʃ)
1. n. a snack. (From German via Yiddish.) I don’t want a nosh. I need a whole meal.
2. in. to snack. Every time I see you, you’re noshing.

nosh on something

(ˈnɑʃ...)
in. to make a snack of something. After Thanksgiving, we noshed on turkey for three days.
See also: nosh, on
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From game sausages to a superb coq au vin, this eatery in horse lovers' land serves up an eclectic mishmash of nifty noshes and marvy meals.
But how far in the future can it be before a Thin Mint addict breaks down and noshes away until they are licking plastic wrappers trying to lap the last frozen crumbs?
Undoubtedly there'll be a few sports bar restaurants doing big business today, and there will be a lot of chips and dips, pates and spreads, nachos and small noshes going around.