Definition of munchie in English:

munchie

Syllabification: munch·ie
Pronunciation: /ˈmən(t)SHē
 
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noun (plural munchies)

(usually munchies) informal
1A snack or small item of food.
More example sentences
  • So, next year we'll make sure there are better jokes and some more munchie food on the tables.
  • My favorite munchie food is marshmallows with chocolate sauce pored all over them…
  • Trying new things can be a gamble, but it's worth the risk if it turns you on to a new favorite munchie or sport.
1.1 (the munchies) A sudden strong desire for food: these camping trips always give me the munchies
More example sentences
  • Even at one in the morning a handful of them were milling about up and down the aisles in search of the perfect snack to cure their munchies.
  • The theory is that a little something extra before bed might stave off the midnight munchies.
  • You got the munchies, look at you, junk food junkie

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