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whichbe commented on the word abliguration
Extravagance in cooking and serving.
May 16, 2008
jmjarmstrong commented on the word abliguration
JM proposes that abliguration is the wealth food of the nation.
August 9, 2009
thomas commented on the word abliguration
Abliguration means prodigal expense for food. It comes from the latin verb abligurire, “ab” meaning “away” and “ligurire” meaning “to be fond of delicacies.”
December 21, 2016
Gammerstang commented on the word abliguration
(noun) - A prodigal spending on meat and drink. --Samuel Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language, 1755
January 31, 2018
youcifer commented on the word abliguration
Isn't it "abligurition"? I'm pretty sure this entry is misspelled.
April 27, 2022
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