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Synonyms for guzzle


Synonyms for guzzle

to swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts

to take alcoholic liquor, especially excessively or habitually

Words related to guzzle

drink greedily or as if with great thirst

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Includes overnight accommodation at a 5-star hotel in London with breakfast, 1x pair of tickets to Wicked, pounds 100 (total) travel expenses, pounds 800 (total) spending money and a box of Guzzle Puzzle sweets (36 packs).
The only purpose wind turbines have on this planet is to guzzle up our money in massive subsidies for their developer owners.
Delicious Drinks to Sip, Slurp, Gulp & Guzzle derivers a cool collection of recipes that are not only radically delicious, but also healthy.
Doctors and nutritionists recommend that you guzzle eight 8-ounce glasses per day to prevent dehydration, a medical condition where the body uses more water than it takes in.
While praising Ford's acknowledgement, as company chairman, of global warming and his admission that SUVs guzzle fuel and pollute the air, Becker urged him to improve fuel economy across Ford's entire fleet.
Brazil cans, bottles and barrels 8.2 billion liters a year, behind only the United States (23.6 billion liters), China (15.4 billion liters) and Germany (11.7 billion liters)--but the average Brazilian in 1999 consumed just 48 liters of been That's just a drop in the stein compared to the most spirited of all, the Czechs, who guzzle an average 163 liters annually, according to a report by London-based beverage consultancy Canadean Limited.
Bemused, they guzzle beer and insist that the woman he's just slept with is a promiscuous slattern with a predilection for group sex.
Vallee and Wing-Ming Keung of Harvard Medical School in Boston reported that injections of daidzin reduce alcohol consumption in hamsters that naturally guzzle the intoxicating beverage (SN: 11/13/93, p.319).
The 2.7-litre V6 model also proves you don't have to guzzle petrol to appreciate the finer things in life.