trencherman


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Synonyms for trencherman

a person who is devoted to eating and drinking to excess

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It seems the need to consume trencherman slabs of roast meat on Sunday is firmly embedded in our genetic make-up.
In fact, in many cases, the appetizer fare at these successful brewpubs represent the new American trencherman style: big on spice, salt, fat and flavor, perfect complements for the various qualities of the beers served.
The erudite trencherman is reflected in the magazine, which dedicates long features to topics like kaiseki (a Japanese meal that is a ritualistic series of between seven and 10 small courses), the bar food of the Andalusia region of Spain, or an annual cookie bake at a Pennsylvania church.
A trencherman of apparently awesome alcoholic capacity, Yorke was at least as devoted to 'the good life' as to any architectural agenda and accordingly was happy to delegate much of the work in his share of YRM to younger and more able assistants.
Liebling, the New Yorker writer and trencherman who was my hero.
This valiant trencherman undoubtedly found in his sometimes excessive consumption of food and drink an escape from the stresses of political life, but his appetite for the success of the Federation movement and for the stability of the early Commonwealth was without question equally large.
None of this is good news for golfer Colin Montgomerie, a noted trencherman, whose quest for that elusive first major has him in Atlanta this weekend competing in the American PGA.
But if his appetite for newspapers is any indication, he must be a ferocious trencherman.
Or, more accurately, the market has reacted like an overstuffed trencherman winding up a session at all-you-can-eat night: "Don't bring me any more meat and potatoes," he says, "but show me that dessert cart one more time.
He was a great trencherman, great beer drinker, wine drinker, spirit drinker, social drinker.
In this, the 25th anniversary year of Apollo 11, it's worth recalling the famous quip of conservative trencherman M.
Dawid de Villiers suggests that Trencherman grants a "certain kind of Afrikaner his doomsday prophesy, only then to reveal the depravity of such a vision, which finally comes down to having no vision at all" (2008).
The main course to which I moved - khara masala ka gosht - likewise came in a size that would have tested the appetite of a particularly hungry trencherman.
As you might surmise from his girth, the great man was a keen trencherman.