Thesaurus / gluttony

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I believe that frequent and excessive bathing and gluttony have undermined her health.

The Memoirs of the Louis XIV. and The Regency, CompleteElizabeth-Charlotte, Duchesse d'Orleans

Every spirit, Whose song bewails his gluttony indulg'd Too grossly, here in hunger and in thirst Is purified.

Wine was cheap, tea was dear, gluttony and drunkenness were anything but improper.

DustJulian Hawthorne

He was frugal in his habits,—a wine-drinker and an eater of meat, but rarely addicted to gluttony or intemperance.

Put an end to your gluttony, and hear the splendid promises with which you are favoured!

VathekWilliam Beckford

Be careful to avoid the extremes of gluttony or over daintiness at table.

It is quite probable that gluttony directly produces half of the illnesses that occur among these people.

The weather-worn stones and crumbling mortar seem to feed the trees to gluttony.

Concerning Animals and Other MattersE.H. Aitken, (AKA Edward Hamilton)

There is no vice more disgusting or more dangerous than gluttony.

Short Studies in EthicsJohn Ormsby Miller

So, then, unless you would have me guilty of the deadly sin of gluttony, you must agree that I have not dined.

My Friend ProsperoHenry Harland
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