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  • n. Plural form of gurgitator.

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Examples

  • While funny or disturbing to the casual viewer, for "gurgitators" and their ever-growing fan club, the eating contests are deadly serious with some competitors training for months to get their bodies into shape.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • Though his work will be cut out for him in the coming days if he hopes to break the current record of 49 hot dogs in under 12 minutes when he competes at "The Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest" in which the finest gurgitators in the world will fight for one of 20 spots in the most celebrated sporting event of the year.

    Ryan Reynolds: Competitive Eating

  • It seems to have a purpose, a message, and its message is this: Look upon our gurgitators, ye Mighty, and despair.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • The November 2003 Popular Science addresses the tendency for thinner, in-shape gurgitators to beat heavier eaters in competition.

    Inside the Beltway

  • According to one of the commentators states that this competition will have, “The most food will be consumed in Vegas history” We have all heard of the movie “The Terminator” which starred now Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, well this group of contestants are also called “gurgitators” According to them it is the “Fastest growing sport in the world” Oh gee, they feel the need to mix in this sport (I use that term loosely and sarcastically) with the “hottest girls ever”

    The debasement of food: Do you still feel like saying, 'Super-size' me?

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