from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To eat an excessive amount, or voraciously.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To eat to excess; to eat voraciously; to gormandize.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To eat voraciously; indulge the appetite to excess; live luxuriously. Also spelled gluttonise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. eat a lot and without restraint
For a change, J and I decided to not gluttonize ourselves at a korean AYCE restaurant, and headed over to Soot Bull Jeep.
I will not recriminate upon thee, Belford, as I might, when thou flatterest thyself that thou never ruinedst the morals of any young creature, who otherwise would not have been corrupted — the palliating consolation of an Hottentot heart, determined rather to gluttonize on the garbage of other foul feeders than to reform. —
When you come down, it'll be my turn to show you good places to gluttonize at.
Because it's an honest sketch of America's tendency to gluttonize.
And three, I want to make sure that my friends gluttonize and make unfulfillable resolutions for the New Year - like working out at the gym.
Virgil's representative among us, though the body gluttonize, and as for arms, bees, or even the plough, Cowan takes his trips abroad with a
Self - sacrilegious demigod that I was, was I going to gluttonize on the very offerings, laid before me in my own sacred fane?
His lordship and the dean then began a discourse concerning the clubs, of which they were both members; with inquiries after and annotations on prebends, archdeacons, and doctors, that had the honour to gluttonize together on these occasions.
Eat all the donuts you want pastor - gluttonize away - then turn to science, pray along the way, use some Christianese when people come to visit you in the hospital, then return to your pulpit and make your next flippant comment.