Then, glutted with the feast, he crept away to lick his bruises and recover from the fray.
A madness of hate seized on us; we glutted our appetites to the very gorge.
The truth is, I fear, that the market has been glutted and the business overdone.
Our eyes are ever glutted with the wonders of the sky, and of the lights which are shed around us.
It is in the names of Liberty and Brotherhood that the prisons will reek, and the headsman be glutted.
I let none escape: I had them all in their turns, and glutted my thirst for revenge.
He was too light for the work, which would have glutted the capacity of a steam shovel.
Would we mind saying if our thirst for vengeance was glutted yet?
Instead of satisfying a point of honor, it is vengeance to be glutted.
The slave-markets of Egypt and Tunis were glutted with Chian captives.