Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Sated; over-fed.

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Examples

  • Here, crammed to the brim, he may retire to hibernate, curled up like a full-gorged bear and ready to roll downhill with the melting snows and arrive at the sea-coast in time to begin again.

    Alone

  • He was marked down by a little water-hole at the head of a ravine, full-gorged and half asleep in the May sunlight.

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  • Well, then, you know how every Alpine stream, as it flows, full-gorged, into the Italian lakes, is busily engaged in filling them up as fast as ever it can with turbid mud from the uplands.

    Science in Arcady

  • "De Estrada and the black man and the few soldiers who still lived went searching for him and found him stretched in bestial sleep in a clump of chaparral; full-gorged he was with human blood from his last victim.

    People of the Dark

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