eat (one's) fill

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eat (one's) fill

To eat enough that one is satisfied or no longer hungry. We have plenty of mashed potatoes, so be sure to eat your fill!
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eat (one's) fill

to eat as much as one can hold; to eat as much as one wants. Please eat your fill. There's plenty for everyone.
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At night when he was going to drive the herd home again, he said to the calf: 'If you can stand there and eat your fill, you can also go on your four legs; I don't care to drag you home again in my arms.
Paleo encourages you to eat your fill of meat, fish and eggs, accompanied by fresh fruit and veg.
From the cheap and cheerful balti, where you can eat your fill for a tenner, to gourmet feasts and world-beating cuisine, Birmingham is a city that holds its own when it comes to eating out.
The restaurant boasts a sumptuous buffet, with several cooking stations, namely falafel, kunaafa (cheese pastry soaked in sweet syrup), shawarma and naan bread -- where you can eat your fill of mezzah, grills and rice dishes, as well as choose from an array of tasty desserts.
As long as you have the stomach for scavenging in supermarkets' bins you can eat your fill for nothing.
You have about six weeks until the season ends; why not eat your fill in that time and then curb your appetite for asparagus until next year when it will taste even better?
EATING OUT: Most hotels provide extensive buffets every night of the week where you can eat your fill for as little as dollars 4 per head.
Everything is larger than life in America, especially the food portions, and if you want to eat your fill for a relatively small amount Harry Carays, at West Kinzie Street and Dearborn more than fits the bill.