gluttonous

[ gluht-n-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF gluttonous
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There was a gluttonous look on every face whenever it was mentioned.

Arcolano hesitated, and his gluttonous mouth quivered and twitched.

When at last his gluttonous appetite was satisfied he called for another pie.

Yet it must not be supposed that the company was gluttonous or greedy.

This gluttonous appetite, they say, is occasioned by the cold.

He had a most gluttonous appetite for books, and read everything, old and new.

The gluttonous army of the lean threw themselves on the children.

King Dodon, lazy and gluttonous, is oppressed by the cares of state.

He is more than hearty—he verges very closely upon the gluttonous.

Gluttonous and greedy of enjoyment, the caterpillar lived for itself.

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