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For while he can be as diverting as the greatest glutton for mirth desires, he has all the machinery of dejection too.
I see the tiny drops spurt out, lapped up by the glutton as soon as they appear.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
At Glutton Mill the character of the scenery changes with the geological nature of the country.
Most high and mighty Czar of all flesh, ceaseless reducer of empires, unfathomable glutton in the whole realms of nature.
POEMS OF THE THIRD PERIODFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
I was like a glutton before a table piled high with delicacies and with plenty of time to spare.
THE BLUE GERMMARTIN SWAYNE
In some queries sent to me by the New York Lyceum, this animal is alluded to as a species of the glutton.
If it had not been that his gold threw a glare of sanctity around him, Mr. Dibbs would have been looked upon as a glutton.
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
In steamers do not make a rush for the supper table, or make a glutton of yourself when you get there.
He had always been a glutton, and it was as if he knew, shells or no shells, that this was to be his last chance for some time.
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
I have managed an affair of no small profit, he laughed, and I am no glutton.

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