verb (used without object), binged, bing·ing or binge·ing.
Origin of binge
Examples from the Web for binger
Binger states that the manati was the totem of the Mande group, to which perhaps belonged originally the Susu and the Dyula.
The French explorer, Binger, in 1887 sought in vain for them.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV|John Lord
British Dictionary definitions for binger
verb binges, bingeing, binging or binged (intr)
Word Origin for binge
Word Origin and History for binger
1854, "drinking bout," also (v.) "drink heavily, soak up alcohol;" dialectal use of binge "soak" (a wooden vessel). Noted originally as a Northampton dialect word. Sense extended c. World War I to include eating as well as drinking. Related: Binged; binging.
Idioms and Phrases with binger
see go on, def. 9.