gluttonous


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gluttonous

adjective crapulent, crapulous, edacious, excessive, greedy, immoderate, incontinent, indulgent, inordinate, insatiable, omnivorous, orgiastic, ravenous, unrestrained, voracious GO, verb abandon, advance, amble, budge, decamp, decease, demise, depart, disappear, emigrate, evacuate, flit, gain ground, hie, hike, journey, leave, make a journey, make off, make progress, march, meander, migrate, move, pace, part, part company, pass away, peregrinate, perish, proceed, promenade, quit, retreat, ride, roam, rove, set out, slip away, steal off, stride, strut, succumb, take flight, take wing, traipse, travel, tread, trek, trudge, walk, wander, wend, withdraw GO (Start), verb begin, carry on, commence, continue, embark upon, inaugurate, initiate, keep going, maintain, originate, persist, proceed GO (Travel), verb get away, go to, jet to, journey, jourrey to, leave, take a cruise to, take a plane to, tour, travel by car to, travel to, vacation to
See also: inordinate, insatiable, lecherous
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80 The Facts Atmosphere: bistro type sophistication Car Parking: on street outside, car park in town five minutes away Disabled access: flat-slated floor Service: polite and quiet Overall: great for gluttonous men like myself ?
Which will probaby turn the good news into bad if we don't rein in our gluttonous tendancies.
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A buy of England's match tonups at 65 looks a tempting trade considering the home side's gluttonous appetite for runs.
The key is positioning yourself to catch some of the many tasty scraps and morsels that drop from the capitalist's gluttonous board: jobs with think tanks, book deals, speaking tours, even the occasional professorship.
She also explains the uses of both Irish and continental satire in this story of a king possessed by a gluttonous demon.
Jalebi Junction, Mitran Da Dhaba and other food stalls of tongue tasting stuffs attracted the gluttonous very much.
This rodizio in Sao Paolo is a meat emporium, fit for the most gluttonous.
Though scholars argue whether Shakespeare was lambasting Catholics or Puritans with his depiction of Sir John, Fitzpatrick's argues that what is more significant is Shakespeare's "development of a gluttonous figure and his perspective on the moral consequences of excessive culinary indulgence" (20).
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