gluttony

[ gluht-n-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gluttony

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As for me, I felt a kind of gluttony for every delight that gold can purchase.

Nevertheless, the chevalier frowned, rather from pride than gluttony.

Mental culture is not fostered by gluttony, but gluttony is indulged in at the expense of mental culture.

There is a chapter on Gluttony—and who was ever more than a little exhilarated after dinner?

In 'Henry IV.,' he says, 'the cook helps to make the gluttony.'

It will be less embarrassing if there is no witness of my gluttony.

While Vitellius was thus sunk in sloth and gluttony his destiny was on its march.

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

The Romans were more notorious for gluttony than for hard drinking.

Father, I have not been able to resist certain temptations to gluttony.

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