from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To put into the gut; to swallow greedily; to gorge; to gormandize.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To swallow greedily; gobble.
- To eat greedily; gormandize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. eat greedily
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Are you, who are setting up to be a man of the world and a philosopher, to tell me that the aim of life is to guttle three courses and dine off silver?
What could males do then but yawn, sleep, snore, guzzle, guttle, and drink till they grew dead and got buried?
No, all he has to do with his money is to guttle it.
No one knows better than I, the fatal necessity for any one in your position: more than that, the duty in many cases of plunging into public functions, and all the guttle, guzzle, and gammon therewith connected.
You married the boy's mother to craze and kill her, and guttle her property.
Are you, who are setting up to be a man of the world and philosopher, to tell me that the aim of life is to guttle three courses and dine off silver?
Goers, of all Sexes, Sorts, Opinions and Religions, young half-witted Fops, hot-headed Fools, and Malecontents: You guttle and fawn on all, and all in hopes of debauching the
The year of the Grand Remonstrance and agitation for the suppression of Episcopacy.p. 207 _guttle_.
"I heard auntie talk about the soldiers come and make them cook up everything they had and et it up faster 'en it took' er to fix it ready for 'em to guttle down.
"Why, thou cormorant, thou greedy kite, is't not enough to consume victuals and provender under my own roof, but thou must guttle