eat at

VERB
  1. become ground down or deteriorate
    Her confidence eroded
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How To Use eat at In A Sentence

  • Their pastorals, both published in 1651, offered choices to Royalists in the aftermath of the crushing defeat at Worcester.
  • Try to eat at least one piece of fruit a day.
  • Once in a while we go to a restaurant but usually we eat at home.
  • We must pay great attention because when you arrive after three defeats you are very dangerous. The Sun
  • DESPITE his great attacking prowess and capacity to find the net fairly on a regular basis, he does not come across as a penalty taker. The Sun
  • Blend at lowest speed 30 seconds and then beat at medium speed 3 minutes.
  • He came within inches of a hat-trick and saving his side from defeat at the hands of the greatest collection of footballers ever assembled on one team.
  • Steeton reserves were unlucky to go down to a one goal defeat at league leaders Bay Athletic.
  • Defy the tempest & the storm deride is not in the original nor is it good. ποθος [19] is hardly fierce desire — & all such expressions of ram-cat raptures are bad. by the by she a dark lanthern might have deprived us of this poem. your storm is very good — zounds I sweat at the bare idea of the Letter 138
  • This ticket entitles you to a free seat at the concert.
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