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Synonyms for eat

have a meal

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Synonyms for eat

to take (food) into the body as nourishment

to do away with completely and destructively

to consume gradually, as by chemical reaction or friction

eat up: to eat completely or entirely

eat up: to be avidly interested in

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eat up: to like or enjoy enthusiastically, often excessively

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But during their month on the soda, they ate no less food to compensate, which led them to gain an average of 2 1/2 pounds.
Animals ate their assigned diet for 4 weeks then received a mild brain injury.
19/1,000, of diphyllobothriasis were found in the patients who ate raw fish.
In studies of Faroe Islands women who ate diets high in whale blubber while pregnant, impairments in language, attention, and memory were found in their children at age 7.
The social worker remarked that the residents ate better when they ate in the dining room.
The Lancet studied 11,875 children and conclusively determined their "intelligence quotients" were higher if their mothers ate fish during pregnancy.
Among the 31,000 Adventists studied, those who ate nuts more than four times a week were half as likely to die of a heart attack as those who ate nuts less than once a week.
If someone ate him, he could really be gone forever.
Because 81% of the patients ate in the cafeteria on July 11 and 12 compared with 23% on July 13, July 11 and 12 were considered the most likely days of exposure.
Males are less likely to starve themselves to death; instead, many exercise excessively to get rid of the calories they ate a condition known as exercise bulimia, which is also becoming very common in girls.
We have had athletes who ate little or nothing before a game, others who ate as though there would be no tomorrow, some who consumed a meal high in carbohydrates and others who gorged on food high in fat.
But Zemel had no control group--men who ate no yogurt or a yogurt-like food without calcium--so he couldn't tell what was causing the weight loss.
Another study found that teens who described themselves as vegetarian (half of whom ate meat and therefore were not really vegetarian) were more weight-conscious and more likely to have been told they had an eating disorder.
When we ate bread," she says, "my grandmother would brush the crumbs into her hands and feed them to the chickens.
The caterpillars that ate carbon-enriched leaves consumed up to 40 percent more plant material than their brethren did.