He added that last year, crunch year, had not adhered to this pattern.
It took me just two bites to crunch and pop and slurp and swallow the whole thing, and I was crying as I did so.
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A steady stream of Audis and BMW 4X4s crunch across the gravel in search of a spot.
The French fries arrive soggy, the chicken having long since lost its crunch.
She was in the bathroom; then she began to crunch down; then she fell on her face like a board and struck her head on the floor.
Every minute I expected to see a streak of fire, or hear the crunch of an ax.
She heard the crunch of wheels, a low murmur of voices; beyond this, nothing more.
From outside came the crunch of moccasined feet on the frozen snow.
There was a crunch of breaking bone, and the white dog faced him on three legs.
1814, from craunch (1630s), probably of imitative origin. Related: Crunched; crunching. The noun is 1836, from the verb; the sense of "critical moment" was popularized 1939 by Winston Churchill, who had used it in his 1938 biography of Marlborough.
: : It's Crunch Time in the Havens