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21.
Munch is an adjective commonly used to describe food as tasty/delicious.
"hell i like macdonalds, it's munch"
"hench munch" - very tasty
by superstu November 20, 2004
 
1.
A low-pressure, social gathering at a restaurant or pub for people into BDSM. Particularly intended for people new to the scene who might be intimidated by a play party
Well, if you don't feel ready for a play party, drop by the munch next week and meet some people.
by Peter November 14, 2003
 
2.
A meal that occurs between lunch and dinner. It is a mid-lunch; munch; about 3pm.
Plumber - "Do you want you get a bite to eat? It's almost lunch time.

Bee Keeper - "No I am not hungry yet, get back to me around munch and see how I feel"
by Lexiworld July 10, 2008
 
3.
Collective noun for a group of lesbians.
I was beaten at pool by a munch of lesbians.
by Rev. A Ringer December 09, 2011
 
4.
Someone who is generally cute but is being grouchy or very stubborn. It can also describe someone who is pretending to be grouchy for attention (could say they are being munchie). May also describe someone who bites or "munches" others when they are upset, offended, or are doing so for their own pleasure.
Wow, what is with your attitude problem, you munch?

Well aren't you being a munch!
by Sapphyreopal5 October 29, 2011
 
5.
A general term referring to any food; esp. snack foods.
1. I could use a little munch to go with these sips.

2. Let's call a dominion and get a little munch.

3. This is some tres good munch.
by Ehrik March 15, 2004
 
6.
verb.
place of origin: munch

to chew vigorously on such items.

to eat a large amount.
It's time to munch!

Munch munch munch!
by DefineMyself December 21, 2010
 
7.
The act of creating a verbal faux pas.

When words are mispronounced or substituted for similar sounding words by accident; similar to malapropisms.

Originates from PC World, Croydon, England, 2011.
Salesman: So sir, which kind of phone contract are you looking for?
James: Something cheap as I have a really good deal right now.
Salesman: Oh really, what deal are you on?
James: Well, at the minute I pay five pounds a munch.
*Salesman and other customers snigger and chortle*
...
James: A month! Five pounds a month!
by EmmaIsDefinitelyAwesome June 20, 2011