guzzling


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Synonyms for guzzling

the drinking of large mouthfuls rapidly

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Earlier this month, rats had been accused by the policemen of guzzling around a million litres of seized alcohol stocks stored in police stations, prompting the authorities to issue orders to drive out rodents from police offices.
they continue guzzling wreminiscing ove an emotional h sofa turns into fuelled kiss.
When she entered the house, the husband was, as usual, sprawled on the sofa guzzling beer and watching the game.
I know for a fact a couple who thought it a great honour to be there and had certainly not been guzzling Champagne lately.
We cannot go on guzzling energy, and many (if not most) of these buildings are unsustainable at any sensible level, apart from being decidedly inimical to their contexts.
Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) are known for guzzling gas.
A BLACK bear was found passed out at a campground in Washington state, USA, after guzzling three dozen cans of a local beer.
A major college basketball coach is caught guzzling beer and nuzzling coeds at a student party.
Narcotics use was not allowed, nor was guzzling booze, nor gambling.
Does it ever cross your mind that there may be a healthier alternative to guzzling gallons of brightly colored, sugary sport drinks?
It's insane (and suspicious) that a global war being fought in part for revenge, in part for petroleum access should have temporarily resulted in gas prices lower than we've seen in years--at least here in California--and in a Senate vote to maintain SUV gas guzzling without restraint.
It reflects the anger of Government staff over the fact that ministers continue to use petrol- guzzling motors while the country is braced for the next fuel crisis.
Here, Pinker synthesizes and defends the view of the mind that's emerged from two distinct but increasingly intertwined strains of modern science: evolutionary psychology (which argues that our minds, like our bodies, are the product of eons of Darwinian natural selection), and artificial intelligence (which, by replicating human processes, sheds light on the engineering feats involved in mundane activities like guzzling a beer).
GAS guzzling vehicles could be hit with increased parking charges.
In Nora Ephron's small comedy about two tabloid reporters sent to investigate sightings of an angel in middle America, Michael (John Travolta) is a beer guzzling, barroom brawling, bullfighting cherub--definitely not your father's idea of an archangel.