What is another word for eaten up?

Pronunciation: [ˈiːtən ˈʌp] (IPA)

When it comes to describing the state of being devoured or consumed, there are a number of synonyms for the phrase "eaten up." For instance, you might say that a piece of food was "gobbled down," "wolfed down," "devoured," or "munched on." Other options include "consumed," "scarfed up," "polished off," and "completed." In some cases, you might also describe the food as being "completely finished" or "finished off." Each of these phrases can be used to convey a sense of intensity and urgency, suggesting that the food in question was consumed quickly and eagerly.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Eaten up

  • I don't think I had a reputation as a hard worker, but inside I was always being eaten up by the pressures.
    Charles Kuralt
  • Don't be sweet, lest you be eaten up don't be bitter, lest you be spewed out.
    Jewish Proverb
  • And now, by a transition which he did not notice, it seemed that what had begun as speech was turned into sight, or into something that can be remembered only as if it were seeing. He thought he saw the Great Dance.He could see also (but the word "seeing" is now plainly inadequate) wherever the ribbons or serpents of light intersected minute corpuscles of momentary brightness: and he knew somehow that these particles were the secular generalities of which history tells — people, institutions, climates of opinion, civilizations, arts, sciences and the like — ephemeral coruscations that piped their short song and vanished.the time in which the Great Dance proceeds is very unlike time as we know it.But not all the cords were individuals: some of them were universal truths or universal qualities.till suddenly as the movement grew yet swifter, the interweaving yet more ecstatic, the relevance of all to all yet more intense, as dimension was added to dimension and that part of him which could reason and remember was dropped further and further behind that part of him which saw, even then, at the very zenith of complexity, complexity was eaten up and faded, as a thin white cloud fades into the hard blue burning of sky, and all simplicity beyond all comprehension, ancient and young as spring, illimitable, pellucid, drew him with cords of infinite desire into its own stillness.
    C. S. Lewis
  • We're all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone should make us love each other but it doesn't. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing.
    Charles Bukowski
  • The man dissatisfied with the world will be dissatisfied with himself, so as to be continually eaten up by his own ill humor. And in such a state of mind how can he retain health?

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