Verbs of eating and drinking

habituate
take or consume (regularly or habitually)
 
feed
provide as food
 
wine
drink wine
 
peck at
eat like a bird
 
lunch
take the midday meal
 
gurgle
drink from a flask with a gurgling sound
 
picnic
eat alfresco, in the open air
 
grass
feed with grass
 
chain-smoke
smoke one cigarette after another; light one cigarette from the preceding one
 
milk
exploit as much as possible
 
dig in
eat heartily
 
require
have need of
 
wallow
delight greatly in
 
dish out
provide (usually but not necessarily food)
 
lunch
provide a midday meal for
 
fare
eat well
 
degust
taste with relish
 
glut
overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself
 
surface mine
extract (ore) from a strip-mine
 
snack
eat a snack; eat lightly
 
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