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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gluttonize.
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Old Morrison was all for it; he had gluttonized to such a tune that he'd put on flesh alarmingly, and all he wanted to do was lie down, belching and refreshing his ill nature in a hot climate.
And gluttonized on dainty vices, sipping many a dram.
And oftentimes in their dinnerless despair hugely gluttonized, and would fain have grown fat, by reflecting upon the magnificence of their genealogies.
When I was just myself and not two little boys 'mother, it was a luxury I gluttonized.