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Synonyms for gluttonous

Synonyms for gluttonous

wanting to eat or drink more than one can reasonably consume

having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit

Antonyms for gluttonous

given to excess in consumption of especially food or drink

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Zombies raised up from the dead To feed upon the living Drinking blood and eating flesh Gluttonously ripping flesh With ancient rotten teeth Mindless hunger Gorging on the bloody human feast Rotten bowels decayed and split No escape for food Regurgitation now begins Zombies puke Pools of rotten entrails Flesh and blood spew on the ground
He eats gluttonously and even discourses on substituting a desire for food for sexual desire (143).
But in this insufferably noisy world of ours, and in modern mainstream cinema where sound is gluttonously abused every passing moment, a short hushed respite feels like a miracle, conjured by the ever-present spirits of the movie gods.
Those who live some distance away only have beef when they participate in hunts; then they eat it gluttonously and they all like their meat cooked rare, especially pork meat, which they serve dripping blood.
But to reflect the wide intellectual scope of Grainger's interests, the journal is intended to represent as authentically as possible the style in which he devoured knowledge so gluttonously.
Gigante concludes with a lively portrait of the "Voluptuary" George IV, looming large and round in Gillray's caricatures, gluttonously munching the country's funds away in the eyes of many critical onlookers, including Shelley and Moore.
he is seen in several scenes eating gluttonously, including one scene in
Especially when he has the effrontery to tell us to tighten our belts and waste not, want not while gluttonously downing a 19-dish feast.