from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Suffering from bulimia nervosa.
  • adj. Of, or relating to, bulimia nervosa.
  • n. A person suffering from bulimia.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. of or pertaining to bulimia.
  • adj. suffering from bulimia.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to bulimia.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person suffering from bulimia
  • adj. suffering from bulimia


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  • What I do is tell stories — it's in the vein of classic one-woman shows, although I do not talk about getting molested or being bulimic, which is normally required.

    Kathy Griffin On Her Broadway Debut, New Bravo Special and Glee

  • (in French) by Gerard DepardieuIn his autobiography, this giant of French cinema -- who calls himself "bulimic" -- engagingly describes his 56 years of binging on food, alcohol and, above all, work.


  • Don't want to be classified as bulimic or anorexic.

    Girls' Hanging Out

  • Although she vomited 3 to 11 times a day, she was never classified as bulimic because she did not binge, and her weight was never low enough to be anorexic.

    NYT > Home Page

  • A chewer and spitter might be classified as bulimic, Dr. Striegel-Moore said; an almost-anorexic would fall under binge eating disorder.

    NYT > Home Page

  • She might as well have 'bulimic' written across her face.

    The Velvet Hot Tub | Freshest Stories

  • Everything has changed since then: society (the filmmakers call it "bulimic", whereas in the portrait of the petit bourgeoisie of 30 years ago the "pangs of hunger" could still be felt) as well as cinema.


  • And my hope is that this kind of diversity of publishing and access to what the reading public is thinking, will allow companies to quit focusing on finding the "next Harry Potter," and instead focus on its real audience: those of us who are "bulimic" readers, providing us with as much good material as they can, while occasionally marveling when they hit upon a "Harry Potter."

    Telecommuter Talk

  • Her main point was that the "bulimic" model of learning, in which a student consumes large amounts of information and then forgets about it after an exam, doesn't work.

    MSDN Blogs

  • Malia was getting a little chubby ... ") because the only thing worse than being a bulimic is being a fat bulimic.

    Reason Magazine


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