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Definition of peckish

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Other terms relating to 'hungry':

Definitions include: junk food.
Definitions include: to be very hungry.
Definitions include: very hungry.
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Definitions include: a person who exchanges sex for drugs.
Definitions include: software that has had features disabled to entice people to upgrade to a for-pay or more expensive version.
Definitions include: to break or ruin.
Definitions include: A phrase usually used by bartenders to imply that a patron should acknowledge gratuity.
Definitions include: afraid.
Definitions include: intentional misspelling of guys.
Definitions include: someone obsessed with ecology / environmentalism.
Definitions include: From the TV show, Lizzie McGuire.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of "shut up".
Definitions include: an interjection one can use while describing something which immense force.

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