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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.
See also: munch, out


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
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After Munch, Mara championed the work of living Norwegian artists including Ornulf Opdahl, Frans Widerberg and his son Nicolaus (that's his sculpture of a tall, thin figure that you see standing outside the gallery on Sandyford Road).
In another match of the same division, Munch Bakery batted first and made a respectable total of 188 for 7 against Munch Bakery.
Fogal contracted product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Munch Box to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
Philip Hook, senior director at Sotheby's Impressionist and modern art department, said: "This is the only one of the series of four pictures that has this poem by Munch inscribed on the front and it explains a little bit about how the painting came to be executed.
Kevin Munch has impressed in his early performances
Munch did not reject any of the styles he studied at home or later in Paris, where he worked under Leon Bonnat.
DYLAN and his teammates from Mollies Munch are pictured with their glittering collection of silverware won during a fabulous 2009-10 campaign.
Pinacothequede Paris, one of the most popular museums in France nowadays, hosts between February 19th and July 18th 2010 an exhibition of Edvard Munch, an artist considered as one of the pioneers of Expressionism along with Van Gogh and Gauguin.
The Merry Merchant Munch last year featured nearly 60 business participants, including real estate agents, coffee shops, doctors' offices, hair salons and a gym, said Merry Braham, Chamber special events coordinator.
Stepping outside the Plum numerical series, Janet Evanovich offers her readers a fun romp with Stephanie and Diesel as they pursue Munch and Wulf.
Best known for his luminous paintings showcasing images of people and animals, Charles Munch began his twenty-five year career as an American artist in a poetic realism tradition and gradually evolved to paint the elegant semi-abstractions for which he is acclaimed today.
Come September, Monster Munch's snazzy metallic blue packet and Dreamwork's-style monsters were jettisoned and back came the crudely sketched trio of mutants, and the gob-sized crisps that we all used to happily munch while watching the A-team.
It features Munch on an adventure to defeat the villain, Mean Munch, who has ruined a cruise ship vacation.
The artist who spoke these words, Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863-1944), is best known for the iconic painting The Scream (also known as The Cry).
She portrays the heroine, Munch Mancini, a former drug and alcohol addict turned clean and sober, especially well in a "what's it to you?