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  • noun Plural form of gorger.

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Examples

  • Repeat questionnaires and other studies have shown that these eating behaviour traits stay stable over time - i.e. there appear to be “naturally” slow eaters and “natural” gorgers, the latter being at higher risk of obesity.

    Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Eating Quickly Till You’re Full Trebles Obesity Risk

  • Not so long ago, ESPN could startle viewers with hot dog gorgers, dogs jumping off docks and extreme TV close-ups of poker hands.

    Collins will call final Wimbledon for NBC

  • Specialized stadiums funded by public bond issues will spring up everywhere -- wholesome family-oriented places where mom and dad and the kids can root on their favorite gorgers while stuffing their own faces with fried dough.

    Live Eat

  • Said to hell with the drinkers, the pill-poppers, the gorgers, the bingers, the pukers, the mainliners, and the rest of the hide-from-the-world horde.

    Memory of Fire

  • The garlic-gorgers know it; the sausage-suckers know it; even the pasta-pukers are beginning to suspect why can't the British work it out?

    Gridlock

  • There is still a half hour before me, while the gorgers in 'Maritime

    A Day's Tour A Journey through France and Belgium by Calais, Tournay, Orchies, Douai, Arras, Béthune, Lille, Comines, Ypres, Hazebrouck, Berg

  • He, supposed once to be a passionate nature, scorned passion as a madness; he smiled in his merciful executioner's way at the high society, of which her aim was to pass for one among the butterflies or dragonflies; he had lost his patriotism; he labelled our English classes the skimmers, the gorgers, the grubbers, and stigmatized them with a friendly air; and uttered words of tolerance only for farmers and surgeons and schoolmasters.

    Lord Ormont and His Aminta — Volume 2

  • He, supposed once to be a passionate nature, scorned passion as a madness; he smiled in his merciful executioner's way at the high society, of which her aim was to pass for one among the butterflies or dragonflies; he had lost his patriotism; he labelled our English classes the skimmers, the gorgers, the grubbers, and stigmatized them with a friendly air; and uttered words of tolerance only for farmers and surgeons and schoolmasters.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • He, supposed once to be a passionate nature, scorned passion as a madness; he smiled in his merciful executioner's way at the high society, of which her aim was to pass for one among the butterflies or dragonflies; he had lost his patriotism; he labelled our English classes the skimmers, the gorgers, the grubbers, and stigmatized them with a friendly air; and uttered words of tolerance only for farmers and surgeons and schoolmasters.

    Lord Ormont and His Aminta — Complete

  • We're being ripped off again by the gorgers and the repugs are doing NOTHING to stave off the attack.

    Crooks and Liars

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