snarf down

snarf down

To snarf, with the connotation of absorbing, processing, or understanding. "I'll snarf down the latest version of the nethack user's guide - it's been a while since I last played."
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You can buy a bottle of scotch or snarf down fat-laden french fries advertised as "heavenly." The one thing you cannot get after January: marijuana.
You work 60 hours in a week and you are grumpy, your wife is grumpy, your kids are grumpy, and your home starts to feel like someplace you visit every now and again to mow the yard and snarf down a reheated dinner.
I mean, who hasn't had the urge at one time or another to snarf down a handful or two of that delectable styrofoam stuff that just about everything comes shipped in nowadays?
Boil water for powdered chemical coffee, snarf down a doughnut, run the dog around the block, sponge off, throw on stiff, hot dress-up clothes, slink in late, sit down in a hard wooden pew and be preached at.