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Synonyms for guzzler

someone who drinks heavily (especially alcoholic beverages)

a drinker who swallows large amounts greedily


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You may think you don't need a guzzler since you have a nice stream running through your property.
Gas guzzlers, which are traditionally more volatile during fuel price fluctuations, showed a similar lag pattern," Horn continued.
As for the CAFE payment and the Gas Guzzler Tax, the Commission argues they "place the tax primarily on imported cars and are therefore of concern to European exporters.
Two lambs fell into the guzzler and drowned, their decomposing bodies creating a toxic pool of botulism.
Such is the spirit of the Golf Guzzler (http://guzzler.
As with previous versions, the downside is that Excel is a memory guzzler.
Once the dust settles in the desert, maybe Americans will realize that there are better ways to get their hydrocarbons than by fighting for them, and that there are better ways to get to work in the morning than by driving a gas guzzler.
But because the cars in the test are very fuel efficient, even those that fell just short of that high mpg threshold would be a good choice for someone who is currently piling up the miles in a gas guzzler, says Edmunds.
Who will want to hear him pontificating about the latest gas guzzler when their own is rusting in the garage?
And higher road tax would be slapped on gas guzzler cars under his proposals.
I wonder, as someone who does not drive a gas guzzler or even fly anywhere, could I sell my carbon output surplus to those who need more through holidays abroad, just like farmers do with their milk quotas when they do not need so much?
Sadly, Karren, you and the rest of the mums and dads causing traffic congestion at school gates, whether it be in a Mini or your 4x4 gas guzzler, are only thinking about yourselves and use your children's safety as an argument to justify your selfish actions.
My vehicle today may well be a gas guzzler, but I only drive 3,000 miles a year in it.
Is there a connection between falling gas guzzler sales and rising gasoline prices?