Sentence example with the word 'glutton'

glutton

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Definition n. a person who is devoted to eating and drinking to excess

Last update: March 14, 2017


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She loves eating food, so she is called “a glutton”   [noun]

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He is a glutton when it comes to sweets.   [noun]

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"How lucky it is," muttered the anchorite, as he quitted the cave, "that the old anchorite was such a glutton."   [noun]

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A glutton is one who eats too much, because the food tastes well.   [noun]

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Glutton by name and a glutton in habit he remained as long as he lived.   [noun]

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Characteristic of the high mountainous region are the arctic fox, the glutton and the lemming, whose singular intermittent migrations to the lowlands have a considerable temporary influence on the distribution of beasts and birds of prey.   [noun]

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To the first class belong the Busiris, in which Heracles is represented as a voracious glutton; the Marriage of Hebe, remarkable for a lengthy list of dainties.   [noun]

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Gluttony chastises the glutton, Gula punit Gulax.   [noun]

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He was usually a great glutton, and I promised myself some diversion in half starving him.   [noun]

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He's always to me for orders; but he's honest, and a glutton for work.   [noun]

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As they passed out, Cromwell shouted "drunkard," "glutton," "extortioner," with other opprobrious names.   [noun]

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