guzzle[ guhz-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF guzzle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUZZLE
But it is quite another thing to guzzle while your work is still in hand.
Guzzle, to eat or drink to excess; to eat loudly, hastily, and clumsily.
I am aware that guzzle is an unladylike word; but, as no other fits in there, I shall use it.
He would have carried snare, rabbit and all off for a guzzle in his own lair.
A single one, I believe, would spoil your drinking; 'twould tie up your guzzle.
After which he paused to sigh, and leaped up to cheer and sat down again to—guzzle!
Chram's leudes at first affected daintiness and choice manners; but at this hour they guzzle, swallow and laugh like any of us.
Bunkers was an old friend of the barkeeper, and he proceeded to pour and guzzle down his throat a very poor substitute for whisky.
Because you guzzle sixteen samovars full a day, that's why you put on an air of importance.
Those who had still some trace of sobriety proceeded to guzzle what was left in the opened casks.