- v. present participle of binge.
“This kind of sensationalist binging is standard fare for the major media channels, especially television.”
“This works with a little window that opens up on the right of the search result after mousing over it (sort of like the interclue. com plugin for ff), it then tries to present the best information that matches up to your search or a group of bulletin points (try 'binging' google news for a easy example).”
“Evidence of too frequent "binging," on the other hand, is considered faintly perverse.”
“According to the site, Mueller spent the week binging before checking in to an unspecified facility.”
“In the People magazine interview, Katharine McPhee said she'd stopped binging, but wasn't "completely healed.”
“McPhee's five-year history of binging and self-induced vomiting is no secret.”
“By the end of that earlier chapter, the American Idol runner-up had stopped binging and started eating in moderation.”
“Between odd mealtimes, body conscious talk, and alternating binging and guilt -- this is a holiday for which "Black Friday" has a singular meaning.”
“Students who avoid binge drinking are 21 times more likely than binging students to get better grades.”
“I looked into his eyes and promised to stop starving, binging, purging, and punishing myself.”
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