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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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Five of the most commonly eaten fish that are low in methyl mercury are shrimp, canned light tuna, salmon, pollock, and catfish.
However, whale blubber and shark muscle contain 5-7 times as much methylmercury as the fish eaten in the Seychelles.
Economies of violence -- of eating and being eaten -- are inescapable in our world, Weil believes.
Further, they are usually served Western food, which they might never have eaten before.
Eating alone out of embarrassment at the quantity of food being eaten.
Egg rolls, wonton soup and chicken lo mein taste delicious when eaten out of those cardboard take-out boxes.
But if you asked them to estimate how many ounces or calories they had eaten, there was no difference between what the two groups reported.
Food cooked and eaten at home, she believes, has a tremendous effect on people who are working harder and spending more time at work.
Of course, the reason I was sick was because I hadn't eaten much in four months.
She said that she had killed them and eaten them for Thanksgiving dinner
Although they may eat more per individual, a lot of them die before they've eaten their fill," says Stiling.
Other students, like fifth-grader Sara Yakhi, showed pity for the worm, but thought Lord should have eaten more, especially since the students read 4,000 books.
All three workers had recently eaten meals at the factory cafeteria.
You've just eaten, so you don't need to eat for a while.
Although Guam syndrome remains a mystery, a study in the July 24 LANCET from the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe suggests that three commonly eaten tropical fruits--soursop, custard apple, and pomme cannelle--and teas made from these plants may cause other Parkinson's-like diseases.