gluttony


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Synonyms for gluttony

Synonyms for gluttony

eating to excess (personified as one of the deadly sins)

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Gluttony is the abuse of that legitimate pleasure attached to eating and drinking, which are necessary means of self-preservation.
The former 'all-you-can-eat' format served as an unrestrained invitation to gluttony and waste, colliding with the very spirit of Ramadan.
Pizza Hut Pakistan defended the new policy, by citing that it wanted to discourage gluttony.
People who smoke, drink, use drugs, are overweight through gluttony or have children (yes, I see this as a self-affliction) should be made to pay for their own health care when it's required.
Pride, lust and gluttony - what four other sins make up the Seven Deadly Sins?
Only in January does guilt overtake gluttony, as foodies self-flagellate by swapping that tantalising third helping of suet pudding for a lighter option like crispbread brulee.
Eating to excess; the meaning of gluttony and the fat body in the ancient world.
The monthly event on Victoria Street indulges in each of the seven deadly sins on a seven-week cycle - that's lust, envy, greed, sloth, gluttony, wrath and jealousy.
For me, a parmo and mild gluttony go hand in hand, so I'm struggling with the concept of a low fat version.
In part two of this seven-part series, Shahid Inayat takes a look at gluttony and how a brand can get caught up in trying to maximize profits over a short span.
Greed, gluttony, hedonism - these are all part of human nature, and not the pretty part.
Gluttony leads to obesity, which some see as not just putting a strain on health and other services, but tearing at the moral fabric of society.
The character defect of gluttony can wear a strange mask.
AS Christmases come and go the more I realise that enjoyment of it has nothing to do with commercialism, gluttony and getting drunk.
Fat, Gluttony and Sloth: Obesity in Literature, Art and Medicine.