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  1. crunchingnoun

    the act of making a crunch noise.

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  1. Crunching

    of Crunch

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  1. crunching

    Repetitive exercise meant to flatten stomach muscles usually by hooked hands behind the head while with a forced motion making yourself sit up. Placing the front of feet under a still and weighted object, ie: couch, helps keep the position

    My physical trainer had me do several crunches daily to help my stomach mus

    Etymology: Exercise for muscles in the stomach. Stomach excercise.

    Submitted by Femmesusan on April 16, 2022  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of crunching in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of crunching in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of crunching in a Sentence

  1. Richard Craig:

    Which could explain why people can stare at these videos of tapping and crunching for an hour or more at a time.

  2. Todd Landen:

    It's mass care. They're just shuffling us out and crunching numbers, I think, the real struggle is what insurance do I use. I'm 100% disabled, the VA is supposed to take care of my medical bills, but I have to go to a hospital 100 miles away.

  3. Dabo Guan:

    Without an accurate baseline, any target will become a number-crunching game.

  4. Jeff Bock:

    With the uncertainty that lies ahead, studios are no doubt running alternative scenarios, crunching numbers and ultimately weighing the possibility of more films going to on-demand, the pandemic will likely only streamline which films fit into that pipeline more and more going forward.

  5. Max Lucado, "And the Angels were Silent the Final Week of Jesus":

    The journey to the cross began long before. As the echo of the crunching of the fruit was still sounding in the garden, Jesus was leaving for Calvary.

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