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Definition of a munch


  • food.
    Man I need some munch.

    Last edited on Feb 04 2003. Submitted by flava g from Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, UK on Feb 04 2003.


  • Food eaten during the munchies.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Sam B. from Cors Fochno, Llangynfelyn, Ceredigion SY24 5, UK on Oct 21 2004.

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Definitions include: a person who behaves in an offensive, pompous manner; "jerk".
Definitions include: a derogatory term; "asshole"; "jerk".
Definitions include: literally: a person who performs cunnilingus.
Definitions include: a lesbian.
Definitions include: to perform cunnilingus; "go down on".
Definitions include: to perform cunnilingus; "eat out".
Definitions include: someone who puts penises in their mouth.

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