Called the consort and we decided we'd try and watch some TV and munch on a pizza.
I wrote about my final encounter with the munch in today's Daily Beast.
In it, munch attached his head to the body of a female; the symbolic meaning, that he no longer required a woman in his life.
munch painted three other versions of “The Scream,” all now in museums in Oslo.
munch's $120 million painting went to New Yorker Leon Black.
Rudolph handed him the apple with an apology, and he began to munch it contentedly.
Then she unrolled her own package of sandwiches, and proceeded to munch one.
Never mind, this is good for a change, and Tom proceeded to munch the dry bread, and sip the water.
"He's a vegetarian," remarked the Tiger, as the horse began to munch the clover.
I said,'take a munch of these roses; perhaps they will restore you.'
late 14c., mocchen, imitative (cf. crunch), or perhaps from Old French mangier "to eat, bite," from Latin manducare "to chew." Related: Munched; munching.