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A gormandizer from a neighboring squad has lately been very savage on account of dyspepsia.
AT PLATTSBURGALLEN FRENCH
The father of the new one was a great gormandizer of Pantagruelian dimensions.
He combined with admirable art, and in masterly proportions, the thirst of a gormandizer with the discretion of a judge.
LES MISRABLESVICTOR HUGO
On the same principle, the gormandizer needs more of this element than the person of abstemious habits.
The Frenchman is ravenous for the theatrical situation,—a perfect gormandizer of the dramatic event.
MLLE. FOUCHETTECHARLES THEODORE MURRAY
With the relish of a gormandizer it had taken more of its peculiar food than even its prodigious maw could assimilate.
OMEGA, THE MANLOWELL HOWARD MORROW

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