glutton

[ gluht-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF glutton

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLUTTON

Yet the glutton was a glutton for danger as well as for fish.

A man must be a glutton for tomfoolery if he could not be satisfied with that.'

You'll want a beefsteak for your eye and not for your stomach, you glutton!

Though a magnificent host, the elder Beckford was no glutton.

The wolverene, or glutton, carries off the palm for cunning from all the other animals.

Even then Glutton will often tear the logs apart to get at the supplies.

This is Glutton the Wolverine, the largest and ugliest member of the family.

The master called him a glutton, but Getzel didn't care about that either.

To wit ‘a sloven’ and ‘a glutton’; Perhaps his weakness was Scotch Mutton.

We had been together in the Glutton, and one or two other ships, so we knew each other directly.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GLUTTON

hedonist

nounperson who seeks pleasure above other values

omnivore

nounone who consumes all foods
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