gourmand[ goo r-mahnd, goo r-muh nd ]SEE DEFINITION OF gourmand
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOURMAND
One is a gourmand as one is an artist, as one is learned, as one is a poet.
Nick found no difficulty in eating this—it was a dish fit for any gourmand.
You may safely become a gourmand with respect to these wild flavors.
I was recalling a remark you made the first evening I met you,that you were a gourmand.
There is an advantage in belonging to this faith, as I was led to understand by a gourmand.
I love the exquisite and the excellent; I am a gourmand in all things.
And there, believe me, is one of the charms of travel, even to the man who is not a gourmand.
If he is a gourmand, he has' what he likes for dinner; and the tastes of all the rest are subservient to him.
He was not a gourmand or libertine, he had often proudly asserted to himself.
My relation was gourmand enough to have preferred eleven dishes of meat.