The smell of food will draw a hungry creature and disgust a gorged one.
Like an animal he likes to sleep after he has gorged himself.
The Indians, as was their custom, gorged themselves on the meat, eating it half raw.
The portion of the lungs that is not hepatized is red, and gorged with blood.
The Daily Intelligencer was gorged with letters from its readers on the subject of the grass.
Gorged with its repast, there was no difficulty in getting near the lion.
Or I, too, would sit like the night gorged with monotonous shadows.
By this time the children were gorged with food and distracted by many presents.
The shops are closed,—the people are gorged with gore, and will lap no more.
Gorged to the bursting point, the Wildcat rolled over in the warm sunlight.