A silverback is munching contently and endlessly on foliage.
I should hope the city's homeless people will be munching on some venison burgers for the foreseeable future.
We stood for two and a half hours munching on deli food and enjoying the open bar.
And lest we forget, it would be more than munching rice cakes and protein shakes in Chappaqua.
The Tea Partiers, munching on a decidedly non‑populist steak and shrimp dinner, were geared up.
The English term "munching," signifying chewing or masticating, is an excellent amendment, which is gladly adopted.
Cracking some nuts and munching them, the Governor began to take another tone.
She awoke before it was really light, and crept out, munching a crust.
Champagne, munching biscuits, patent medicines, lying down as you are now.
And presently it is brewed and Tim Cannon stands by the table drinking and munching toast and cold meat.
late 14c., mocchen, imitative (cf. crunch), or perhaps from Old French mangier "to eat, bite," from Latin manducare "to chew." Related: Munched; munching.