**Ate** - Tucked away

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**Ate**- Letter on A- 1 - st. word
**A** - 2 - st. word
**T** - 3 - st. word
**E**

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**Ate**- Had fare

**Ate**- Supped

**Ate**- Noshed

**Ate**- Absorbed, as an expense

**Ate**- Chomped down

**Ate**- Got fed up

**Ate**- Broke bread

**Ate**- Put away

**Ate**- Had a hero?

**Ate**- Downed

**Ate**- Gobbled up

**Ate**- Picnicked

**Ate**- Tucked away

**Ate**- Polished off

**Ate**- Had

**Ate**- Dug into

**Ate**- Got into a jam?

**Ate**- Corroded

**Ate**- Packed away

**Ate**- Pecked at

**Ate**- Took in a poor boy

**Ate**- Dug in

**Ate**- Absorbed, as a cost

**Ate**- Dispatched, in a way

**Ate**- Had a cone

**Ate**- Bolted down

**Ate**- Lunched

**Ate**- Had a little lamb

**Ate**- Consumed

**Ate**- Gulped down

**Ate**- Gobbled (up)

**Ate**- Absorbed, as a loss

**Ate**- Dined

**Ate**- Put away the dishes

**Ate**- Took in

**Ate**- Had something, so to speak

**Ate**- Partook of

**Ate**- Took a course?

**Ate**- Scarfed down

**Ate**- Fed on

**Ate**- Had a helping

**Ate**- Broke a fast

**Ate**- Took mess

**Ate**- Took the cake?

**Ate**- Had lunch

**Ate**- Got something down

**Ate**- Had the special

**Ate**- Chowed down

**Ate**- Homophone for eight

**Ate**- Took in takeout?

**Ate**- Lunched or munched

**Ate**- Took a meal

**Ate**- Had a bellyful?

**Ate**- Enjoyed fruitcake, e.g

**Ate**- Dissolved

**Ate**- Prepared to become an nfl lineman

**Ate**- Had peanuts and cracker jack

**Ate**- Wore away

**Ate**- Dined out

**Ate**- Emulated a trencherman

**Ate**- "thanks, i already ---"

**Ate**- Did lunch

**Ate**- Eroded

**Ate**- Prepared to become a sumo wrestler?

**Ate**- Had one's whey?

**Ate**- Absorbed, as losses

**Ate**- Grabbed a bite

**Ate**- With 52-across, eroded

**Ate**- Disposed of

**Ate**- Got into a stew?

**Ate**- Feasted

**Ate**- Made a fast stop?

**Ate**- Had seconds

**Ate**- Got fed up?

**Ate**- Swallowed

**Ate**- Had something

**Ate**- Stopped fasting

**Ate**- Had a repast

**Ate**- Downed a sub?

**Ate**- Finished off

**Ate**- Came to a fast stop?

**Ate**- Candid conclusion?

**Ate**- Took the cake, say

**Ate**- Partook of dinner

**Ate**- Put the food away

**Ate**- Tea anagram

**Ate**- "thanks, i already ___"

**Ate**- Tucked in

**Ate**- Wolfed down

**Ate**- Ended a hunger strike

**Ate**- Downed a sub, say

**Ate**- Went to mess

**Ate**- Pigged out

**Ate**- Dined in or out

**Ate**- Put away dishes?

**Ate**- Enjoyed one's repast

**Ate**- Had a little lamb?

**Ate**- Had a bite

**Ate**- Finished fasting

**Ate**- Munched on

**Ate**- Had a little something

**Ate**- Got a bellyful

**Ate**- Bit the pullet?

**Ate**- Took a loss on

**Ate**- Got down

**Ate**- Cleaned a plate

**Ate**- Took in a poor boy?

**Ate**- Consumed consomme

**Ate**- Downed a sub

**Ate**- Ingested

**Ate**- Absorbed the cost of

**Ate**- Took down

**Ate**- Got the fare down

**Ate**- Fed

**Ate**- Gnawed

**Ate**- "it must have been something i ___!"

**Ate**- Had the fare?

**Ate**- Tucked it away

**Ate**- Grazed

**Ate**- Filled up on

**Ate**- Put away the dishes?

**Ate**- Bore, as a cost

**Ate**- Was corrosive

**Ate**- Had one's cake

**Ate**- Had a cow?

**Ate**- Had a hoagie, say

**Ate**- Had the fare

**Ate**- Wore (away)

**Ate**- Had a beef?

**Ate**- Put away the groceries?

**Ate**- Did lunch, say

**Ate**- Devoured

**Ate**- Avoided a hunger strike

**Ate**- Did some noshing

**Ate**- Gobbled

**Ate**- Chewed on

**Ate**- Lunched, e.g

**Ate**- Took a course

**Ate**- Snacked or supped

**Ate**- Noshed on

**Ate**- Gnawed (through)

**Ate**- Annoyed, with "at"

**Ate**- Absorbed, as costs

**Ate**- Had hummus

**Ate**- Had rolls, e.g

**Ate**- Attacked a sub?

**Ate**- Had a meal

**Ate**- Absorbed

**Ate**- Grabbed something on the way

**Ate**- Did a no-no before swimming

**Ate**- Had dinner

**Ate**- Didn't go hungry

**Ate**- Had squares?

**Ate**- Finished a meal

**Ate**- Swallowed the bait?

**Ate**- Made it through crunch time?

**Ate**- Put away dishes

**Ate**- Spoiled one's supper

**Ate**- Had dessert

**Ate**- Had haggis or hamburgers

**Ate**- Sampled

**Ate**- Had a feast

**Ate**- Got fed up with?

**Ate**- Knocked off a hero?

**Ate**- Had egg in one's face?

**Ate**- 'thanks, but i already ___'

**Ate**- Filled up

**Ate**- Goddess of recklessness

**Ate**- Went to wendy's, e.g

**Ate**- Bolted down?

**Ate**- Had a fast break?

**Ate**- Did not go fast?

**Ate**- Got into a pickle?

**Ate**- Went to wendy's

**Ate**- Lunched, say

**Ate**- Inhaled, so to speak

**Ate**- Wore down

**Ate**- Bolted down, perhaps

**Ate**- Goddess of discord

**Ate**- Showed enthusiasm for, with 'up'

**Ate**- Frequented red lobster, e.g

**Ate**- Bothered

**Ate**- Had a 32-down

**Ate**- Downed dumplings

**Ate**- A number's homophone

**Ate**- Downed a submarine

**Ate**- Partook of snook, e.g

**Ate**- Had wings, e.g

**Ate**- Enjoyed endives

**Ate**- Breakfasted, e.g

**Ate**- Strapped on the feed bag

**Ate**- Had a bit

**Ate**- "thanks, but i already ___"

**Ate**- Took sides?

**Ate**- "iliad" goddess

**Ate**- Stopped for lunch

**Ate**- Had a date?

**Ate**- Had three wings?

**Ate**- Snacked on

**Ate**- Fed one's addiction?

**Ate**- "the dog ___ my homework"

**Ate**- Made "all gone"

**Ate**- Wore through

**Ate**- Went to joe's?

**Ate**- Had supper

**Ate**- Was a consumer

**Ate**- Rusted

**Ate**- Picked, perhaps

**Ate**- Had lunch, e.g

**Ate**- Chewed the fat, perhaps

**Ate**- Filled the breadbasket?

**Ate**- Passed on a fast

**Ate**- Wasn't a fast observer?

**Ate**- Breakfasted

**Ate**- "i ___ no pleasant bread" (daniel 10:3)

**Ate**- Satisfied a craving

**Ate**- Bolted things down

**Ate**- Grazed, e.g

**Ate**- Had lobster

**Ate**- Had a side or two

**Ate**- Had some wedding cake

**Ate**- Lunched or brunched

**Ate**- Tucked into

**Ate**- Downed some dinner

**Ate**- Word that homophonically forms a familiar word when attached to the end of the answer to each starred clue

**Ate**- Did some consuming

**Ate**- Grazed, say

**Ate**- Reckless greek goddess

**Ate**- Loved, with "up"

**Ate**- Scarfed things down

**Ate**- Packed it in

**Ate**- Past tense of 29-down

**Ate**- Had a hero, perhaps

**Ate**- Homophone for "eight"

**Ate**- Dined on

**Ate**- 'i already ___'

**Ate**- Gave in to the munchies

**Ate**- Consumed, in a way

**Ate**- Partook of the smorgasbord

**Ate**- Eroded, with 'away'

**Ate**- Didn't participate in a hunger strike

**Ate**- Had brunch

**Ate**- Tasted

**Ate**- Sampled from the smorgasbord

**Ate**- Visited the buffet

**Ate**- Put the dishes away

**Ate**- Was a consumer?

**Ate**- Had eggs, e.g

**Ate**- Suffix with "doctor" or "elector"

**Ate**- Got some duck down?

**Ate**- Had pheasant under glass

**Ate**- Worked on a sub?

**Ate**- Broke for lunch

**Ate**- Put dishes away?

**Ate**- Had some dessert

**Ate**- Took in a snack

**Ate**- Tried tripe

**Ate**- Ending for emir

**Ate**- Fell hard, with 'it'

**Ate**- Made a meal of

**Ate**- Put away groceries

**Ate**- Had pheasant under glass, e.g

**Ate**- Snacked

**Ate**- Raked in the chips?

**Ate**- Nibbled away

**Ate**- Corroded, in a way

**Ate**- Had a hamburger

**Ate**- Finished a cupcake

**Ate**- Patronized a bistro

**Ate**- Quit fasting

**Ate**- Gorged oneself

**Ate**- Put a side inside?

**Ate**- Worked on peanuts?

**Ate**- Put dishes away

**Ate**- Ended one's hunger

**Ate**- Eroded, with "away"

**Ate**- Satisfied one's hunger

**Ate**- Eroded (with "away")

**Ate**- Broke fast

**Ate**- Enjoyed a blue plate special

**Ate**- Did some crunches?

**Ate**- Eliminated hunger pangs

**Ate**- Took care of hunger

**Ate**- Wasn't a fast observer

**Ate**- Took in take-out

**Ate**- Had some grub

**Ate**- Nibbled on

**Ate**- Gorged, perhaps

**Ate**- "because seven ___ nine" (punchline)

**Ate**- Took back, as words

**Ate**- Donned a feedbag

**Ate**- Enjoyed the buffet, say

**Ate**- "because 7 ___ 9" (pun)

**Ate**- Had the chops?

**Ate**- Scarfed up

**Ate**- Had wings, say

**Ate**- Took in takeout

**Ate**- Prepared to become an nfl lineman?

**Ate**- Had a refresher course?

**Ate**- Dined or lunched

**Ate**- Cured one's hunger pangs

**Ate**- Devastated

**Ate**- Gobbled down

**Ate**- Put away some bowties

**Ate**- Brunched or munched

**Ate**- Enjoyed, with "up"

**Ate**- Acted like acid

**Ate**- Heeded some growling

**Ate**- Partook of the buffet

**Ate**- Did 44-across

**Ate**- Had haggis, e.g

**Ate**- Visited a restaurant (with "out")

**Ate**- Patronized a restaurant

**Ate**- Cleaned plates

**Ate**- Sat down to supper

**Ate**- Took something

**Ate**- Enjoyed the buffet

**Ate**- ___ the cost

**Ate**- "no thanks, i just __"

**Ate**- Had lunch

**Ate**- Had a little lamb?

**Ate**- Had breakfast

**Ate**- Had a bite

**Ate**- Had a snack

**Ate**- Ignored a diet

**Ate**- Had a nosh

**Ate**- Brunched

**Ate**- Ignored a fast

**Ate**- Had chow

**Ate**- Ended a fast

**Ate**- Nourished oneself

**Ate**- Had 28-across

**Ate**- Put down

**Ate**- Rashness goddess

**Ate**- Foolhardiness personified

**Ate**- Chewed and swallowed

**Ate**- Homophone of a numeral

**Ate**- Partook at a picnic

**Ate**- Goddess of ruinous impulse

**Ate**- Chowed down on

**Ate**- Foolhardy goddess

**Ate**- Goddess of foolhardiness

**Ate**- Had 48-down

**Ate**- Banqueted

**Ate**- Gormandized

**Ate**- Gorged on

**Ate**- Had food

**Ate**- Gorged

**Ate**- Had grub

**Ate**- Had pizza, e.g

**Ate**- Had a dish

**Ate**- Took a leek?

**Ate**- Broke one's fast

**Ate**- 'i can't believe i ____ the whole thing!'

**Ate**- 'the dog ___ my homework'

**Ate**- Took in a hero

**Ate**- Little more than one of 9 across, by the sound of it

**Ate**- If after half a century this had one dead, it was something one swallowed

**Ate**- One must be candid with this if one wants the job

**Ate**- Four and four - that's what you took to be so sound

**Ate**- What a filly did, by the sound of it, to join up

**Ate**- It's not what you did this that has you one over it, by the sound of it

**Ate**- If in fur i did this, it would make you very warm

**Ate**- Little more than 29 across, by the sound of it

**Ate**- S, even one more, by the sound of it

**Ate**- What noah never did with 18 down

**Ate**- S, even one more, by the sound of it (3)

**Ate**- After a thousand that would be the end of the game on board

**Ate**- What one did as a matter of course before nine, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Being unaspirated, there's nothing like it

**Ate**- 1/7, by the sound of it

**Ate**- That gives a sound start to 3 down

**Ate**- This sort of lier could be one's 27 down

**Ate**- Swallowed up the letter from greece

**Ate**- Not drunk, and not one over the eight, by the sound of it

**Ate**- That does not sound as much as nine

**Ate**- Sounds like the number that put an end to 13 across

**Ate**- By the sound of it, one over is one too many

**Ate**- You'd be dead after half a century if you had this, of course

**Ate**- Sounds like the last number of 10 across

**Ate**- What one this one can't get one over it, by the sound of it

**Ate**- The sound of how many put an end to 8 down

**Ate**- Got this down with one over to make it tight, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Took it, of course

**Ate**- What you swallowed might have you dead after half a century

**Ate**- Took it as a matter of course

**Ate**- Past 18 down, of course

**Ate**- Of course i took it to be 3 less than 2 down, by the sound of it

**Ate**- After half a century one was not in time, but took it as a matter of course

**Ate**- One over tight, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Not one over the eight and not drunk

**Ate**- Took it all as a matter of course

**Ate**- The sound of one over it is not what one took as a matter of course

**Ate**- Did not drink enough to be one over it, by the sound of it

**Ate**- If one sounded one over this, it would not be for what one drank

**Ate**- Got to the end of 27 across, as a matter of course

**Ate**- By the sound of it, twice for the sound of it

**Ate**- Not drunk and not one over the eight, by the sound of it

**Ate**- By the sound of it, one over to make it tight

**Ate**- Sounds as if one over this would make it tight

**Ate**- Took in less than half of 8 down, by the sound of it

**Ate**- S even comes before this, by the sound of it

**Ate**- 20 down minus one, by the sound of it

**Ate**- The sound of a number to finish 9 across

**Ate**- Of course s even before this, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Of course, that's the way one dealt with it

**Ate**- Consumed food

**Ate**- What you took in this way would not have you one over it, by the sound of it

**Ate**- As a matter of course one took a number of it, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Tight one over

**Ate**- Dealt with, as a matter of course

**Ate**- Wasn't a fast participant

**Ate**- Put food away?

**Ate**- Munched

**Ate**- Was not drinking, but took it as a matter of course

**Ate**- That's past 21 across

**Ate**- Tightly one over this, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Swallowed and drunk one over it, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Took in one of 30 across, by the sound of it, as a matter of course

**Ate**- Sounds like one over the start of 16 down

**Ate**- Had, as a matter of course, the sound of the last of 2 down

**Ate**- Not one over the eight, by the sound of it, of course

**Ate**- For 27 across s even came before, by the sound of it

**Ate**- The letter from greece was for a swallow

**Ate**- To be one over this, by the sound of it, was not caused by what one drank

**Ate**- What one did with one's tea, but not the tea itself

**Ate**- There's nothing like it for the unaspirated or the swallow

**Ate**- Took the sound of the number as a matter of course

**Ate**- 'one over this is not tight, as a matter of course (3)'

**Ate**- The sound of the number one swallowed

**Ate**- '1/7, perhaps, the put an end to 8 down (3)'

**Ate**- What the swallow did and would be no more after half a century

**Ate**- What one did to make one so fed up

**Ate**- Had some cake

**Ate**- Got things down

**Ate**- Enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, say

**Ate**- Took in one over seven, by the sound of it

**Ate**- Didn't go fast?

**Ate**- Dug in, so to speak

**Ate**- Put away at dinnertime

**Ate**- Had a business lunch

**Ate**- Foraged successfully

**Ate**- Had a bone to pick?

**Ate**- Had wings?

**Ate**- Cleaned one's plate

**Ate**- Absorbed, in a way

**Ate**- Put in one's piehole

**Ate**- Had a frog in one's throat?

**Ate**- Past tense of 11-down

**Ate**- Was nourished

**Ate**- Munched or lunched

**Ate**- Had haddock

**Ate**- Gave peas a chance?

**Ate**- Had a course

**Ate**- Donned the feedbag

**Ate**- Downed dinner

**Ate**- Took a few seconds?

**Ate**- Put away, in a way

**Ate**- Had victuals

**Ate**- Had some chow

**Ate**- Had the blue plate special, e.g

**Ate**- Took down a note

**Ate**- Was full of bologna?

**Ate**- Put the game away?

**Ate**- Stuffed one's piehole

**Ate**- Had some munchies

**Ate**- Had hash browns

**Ate**- Took a few seconds

**Ate**- Went from soup to nuts, say

**Ate**- Wasn't fasting

**Ate**- Fueled up, so to speak

**Ate**- Grabbed some grub

**Ate**- Savored a serving of

**Ate**- Put on the feed bag

**Ate**- Indulged in some capers?

**Ate**- Used (up)

**Ate**- Downed subs, e.g

**Ate**- Took in food

**Ate**- Took off the table?

**Ate**- Took advantage of a spread

**Ate**- Dealt with one's urges, in a way

**Ate**- Enjoyed food

**Ate**- Put away some groceries?

**Ate**- Killed a hero?

**Ate**- Had some hash

**Ate**- Did brunch

**Ate**- Put on the feedbag

**Ate**- Had something at end of june

**Ate**- Took the cake, say?

**Ate**- Grazed, perhaps

**Ate**- Was a true consumer

**Ate**- Worked on a sub

**Ate**- Brunched, say

**Ate**- Took something in

**Ate**- "because 7 ___ 9" (joke punch line)

**Ate**- Put down a dog?

**Ate**- Bit, chewed and swallowed

**Ate**- Relished relishes, perhaps

**Ate**- Accepted as a cost, informally

**Ate**- Eroded (away)

**Ate**- Enjoyed goulash, say

**Ate**- Had one's whey

**Ate**- Gush (over)

**Ate**- Took some courses

**Ate**- Enjoyed the spread

**Ate**- Grubbed

**Ate**- Bolted, say

**Ate**- Raided the fridge

**Ate**- Brunched, perhaps

**Ate**- Strapped on the feedbag

**Ate**- Got some goose down

**Ate**- Fed one's face

**Ate**- Scoffed as mother stripped

**Ate**- Loved, with 'up'

**Ate**- Broke the fast

**Ate**- Bolted down some nuts

**Ate**- Worked on a sub, say

**Ate**- Took in take-out, e.g

**Ate**- Absorbed, as the cost

**Ate**- Had a taco

**Ate**- Grabbed lunch

**Ate**- Didn't fast

**Ate**- Nasty-smelling

**Ate**- Gourmandized

**Ate**- Past-tense verb that sounds like a number

**Ate**- Sent something down the tubes?

**Ate**- Feasted on

**Ate**- See 16

**Ate**- Downed a poor boy?

**Ate**- Bolted

**Ate**- Grazed on

**Ate**- Had a good meal

**Ate**- Had dogs, e.g

**Ate**- Had at meal

**Ate**- Goddess among reprobates

**Ate**- Worried expected arrival time has been put back

**Ate**- Greek goddess of mischief

**Ate**- Worried in battle? nothing odd there

**Ate**- What's put away at regular intervals in peace-time

**Ate**- Utilized one's pie hole

**Ate**- Took the bait?

**Ate**- Completed the course?

**Ate**- 'no thanks, i already ___'

**Ate**- Celebrated thanksgiving

**Ate**- Took in a t-bone

**Ate**- Put away alan turing's executioners, for starters

**Ate**- Devoured at the expense of leaders

**Ate**- Chewed the fat?

**Ate**- Put the food away?

**Ate**- Used up

**Ate**- Gobbled, as a turkey

**Ate**- Greek mythological goddess who makes men blunder into guilty acts

**Ate**- Worried goddess

**Ate**- Bolted for a time when i'm out

**Ate**- Got to mischiefmaker

**Ate**- Took in a note

**Ate**- Satisfied consumer demand

**Ate**- Tea (anag.)

**Ate**- Supped a little china tea

**Ate**- Goddess who makes men blind so that they will blunder into guilty acts

**Ate**- Took in mischievous female

**Ate**- Finished fast?

**Ate**- Cut (into)

**Ate**- Grabbed

**Ate**- Packed away, in a way

**Ate**- Enjoyed 82 across

**Ate**- Made a sub go down?

**Ate**- Was no longer hungry

**Ate**- Consumed a number, we hear

**Ate**- Took on a roll?

**Ate**- Enjoyed a meal

**Ate**- Had wings

**Ate**- Absorbed, as cost

**Ate**- Enjoyed brunch

**Ate**- Donned the feed bag

**Ate**- Did dinner

**Ate**- Satisfied a rumbling stomach

**Ate**- Enjoyed the automat

**Ate**- Got the fare down?

**Ate**- Enjoyed a thanksgiving dinner

**Ate**- Brunched, e.g

**Ate**- Didn't go fast

**Ate**- Went "gobble gobble"?

**Ate**- Snarfed down

**Ate**- Took food

**Ate**- Finished food

**Ate**- Downed a link, say

**Ate**- Downed, as a meal

**Ate**- -

**Ate**- Accepted, as a financial loss

**Ate**- Had some food

**Ate**- Emptied the feedbag

**Ate**- Gobbled, as turkey?

**Ate**- Had wings, perhaps

**Ate**- Patronized joe's?

**Ate**- Absorbed the cost of, as a ticket

**Ate**- Banqueted, perhaps

**Ate**- Picked at, say

**Ate**- Was full of baloney?

**Ate**- Had a 52-down

**Ate**- Hit the buffet

**Ate**- Took 9-down, say

**Ate**- Took nourishment

**Ate**- Grabbed something

**Ate**- Had a lot on one's plate, say

**Ate**- Got on a roll?

**Ate**- Bothered (with "at")

**Ate**- Took courses

**Ate**- South african rockers henry ___

**Ate**- What signed musician finally did

**Ate**- What the record company did with costs after the band broke up

**Ate**- What jimmy buffett did with his cheeseburger

**Ate**- Gaga lyric "he ___ my heart"

**Ate**- Modest mouse "the fruit that ___ itself"

**Ate**- Green day "words i might have ___"

**Ate**- R.e.m. lyric "i ___ the lotus..."

**Ate**- Story of the year "won threw ___"

**Ate**- What elvis did to "america," says u2

**Ate**- Passengers "elvis ___ america"

**Ate**- Vanna "we ___ the horse you rode in on"

**Ate**- Grieves "i ___ your soul"

**Ate**- Ella fitzgerald "ac-cent-tchu-___ the positive"

**Ate**- British metalcore band oceans ___ alaska

**Ate**- Had the buffet

**Ate**- Didn't waste a meal

**Ate**- Window coverings

**Ate**- Buffeted?

**Ate**- Liked a lot, with "up"

**Ate**- Stuffed down one's gullet

**Ate**- Chomped on

**Ate**- Had one's fill of characters in that event

**Ate**- Got one's fill of

**Ate**- Processed food?

**Ate**- Took sides, say

**Ate**- Took those plums from the icebox (that you were probably saving for breakfast)

**Ate**- Enjoyed an 18-across, say

**Ate**- Had breakfast or lunch

**Ate**- Had some 17-acrosses, say

**Ate**- Had subway fare

**Ate**- What "hungry" musician finally did

**Ate**- Absorbed the cost of, informally

**Ate**- Sid: 'i'm not ___ years old anymore.' me: 'no, i mean ___ as in 'i ___ some food."

**Ate**- Competed like joey chestnut

**Ate**- Had the early bird special, say

**Ate**- Made disappear, in a way

**Ate**- Enjoyed a buffet

**Ate**- Acted the foodie

**Ate**- Put away 6 back to front

**Ate**- Got rid of the munchies

**Ate**- Worked on an app, say

**Ate**- "words i might have ___"

**Ate**- Took in, in a way

**Ate**- Competed a la joey chestnut

**Ate**- Concluded a hunger strike

**Ate**- Homophone for the atomic number of oxygen

**Ate**- Renewed one's energy, in a way

**Ate**- Satisfied the munchies

**Ate**- Cleaned the dishes?

**Ate**- Put away part of encyclopaedia temporarily

**Ate**- Broke fast?

**Ate**- Was out to lunch?

**Ate**- Enjoyed a smorgasbord

**Ate**- Had a date, say

**Ate**- Took in dinner (but not a movie)

**Ate**- Put away in the delicatessen

**Ate**- Responded to 16 across

**Ate**- Responded to 16 across

**Ate**- Punch line: "because 7 ___ 9"

**Ate**- Punch line: "because 7 ___ 9"

**Ate**- Had lunch, say

**Ate**- Had lunch, say

**Ate**- Finished helpings

**Ate**- Finished helpings

**Ate**- Enjoyed a banquet

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