- n. Someone who binges.
- n. someone addicted to crack cocaine
“Eating and socializing are so interwoven that the chronic lone "binger" gets the same reputation as one who drinks alone before lunch.”
“Hi, my name is Mike, and I'm a repeat author binger.”
“The outdoor winds swept up from the Thames and had that brisk, stirring coolness that can energize even a weary theater-binger.”
“In brief, she explains, it's a significant risk period for the binger because a heavier frame heightens the chance of diabetes, heart attack and a stroke and it exposes you to higher medical costs in your senior years.”
“He said, "It ` s out of a movie" and "it ` s a hum binger.”
“More from Lucy Mangan: "Confessions of a box-set binger.”
“Looking in her eyes deeply, I came to know that she is as sex binger as I am.”
“Her goal was 45 pounds but she's a binger, which she has to get control of.”
“Why should the public have confidence in voting for the little ginger binger, when his own MPs do not?",”
“How's the old coup-binger now wonder who's looking out from his eyes breathing sighs, telling lies”
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