Verbs of eating and drinking

need
have need of
 
avail
use to one's advantage
 
starve
be hungry; go without food
 
quench
satisfy (thirst)
 
drink
drink excessive amounts of alcohol; be an alcoholic
 
range
let eat
 
snort
inhale through the nose
 
wean
gradually deprive (infants and young mammals) of mother's milk
 
break bread
have a meal, usually with company
 
regale
provide with choice or abundant food or drink
 
slop
feed pigs
 
underlay
provide with a base, support, lining, or backing
 
give up
stop consuming
 
wine
treat to wine
 
bolt down
eat a large amount of food quickly
 
put
attribute or give
 
overexploit
exploit excessively
 
make hay
turn to one's advantage
 
run through
apply thoroughly; think through
 
wine and dine
provide with food and drink, usually lavishly
 
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