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eaten

(ēt′n)
v.
Past participle of eat
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It was almost fresh and tasted better than anything Dorothy had eaten in the town.
cried a rye loafer, indignantly, "why the horrid beast has eaten three of our dear Crumpets, and is now devouring a Salt-rising Biscuit
I've been kind to you and eaten your old wheelbarrows and pianos and rubbish, an' not said a word.
Had the cub thought in man-fashion, he might have epitomised life as a voracious appetite and the world as a place wherein ranged a multitude of appetites, pursuing and being pursued, hunting and being hunted, eating and being eaten, all in blindness and confusion, with violence and disorder, a chaos of gluttony and slaughter, ruled over by chance, merciless, planless, endless.
When that was eaten, the sparrow asked him whether he had had enough now.
Your choices should depend on what else you've eaten that day," says Zincowski.
Pack healthy snacks that can easily be pulled out of your backpack and eaten on the run.
He and his colleagues found that rats that had eaten unsupplemented chow had lower brain concentrations of a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF).
Gulf of Mexico tilefish, shark, swordfish, and king mackerel contain the most methyl mercury, and should be eaten sparingly--and not at all if you are a young child, nursing mother, are pregnant, or are trying to become pregnant.
Patients > 15 years of age were asked if they had eaten raw fish in the past 2 months.
If they weren't protected by the Sesame Street police, then they could be eaten by one of us and I did not want to be a part of that.