To eat a lot of food without actually having a proper meal, usually in the context of picking at food that is readily available at a buffet.
"Okay, I'm off to the buffet to graze for a while"
"Has anyone seen Susan?"
"Last I saw she was grazing in the kitchen"
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To eat food in a grocery store, then not pay for it. Usually done while legitimately shopping at said store.
I was so hungry by the time I got to Stop & Shop, I ended up grazing a bit--I had an apple, some Fritos, and a chocolate milk.
v. To eat someone else's food at their house. It is often implied that the person grazing doesn't really know what they'll find to eat.
Person 1: "Want to see a movie tonight?"
Person 2: "But I'm fungry!"
Person 1: "It's cool, you can come over and graze."
When two or more people touch each other inappropriately, most of the time it's by accident. from here the graze can take two paths 1) all parties involved know that a graze has taken place but choose not to say anything because it may lead to awkwardness. 2) one or more of the parties involved informs everyone present, involved or not, that the graze has taken place...awkwardness follows.
Guy 1 brushes his hand (accidentally we assume) against guy 2's ass
Guy 2: "dude, WTF?"
Guy 1: "Accident?"
*a graze has just occured
v. to smoke marijuana
animals graze when they eat grass
we graze when we smoke grass
Hey lets just graze all day
To eat. Used by stupid construction workers like my buddies. noun and adjective.
Must be time for a graze.
Im gazing on my lunch.
1. (verb) To slam into something (for example, a computer cart), then deny the extreme awkwardness of the situation
*Mr. Van Sickle slams into the computer cart*
Keala: Hahahahaha! That's so awkward!
Mr. Van Sickle: I just GRAZED the cart, keala.