verb (used with object), en·glut·ted, en·glut·ting.

to gulp down.
Archaic. to fill to satisfaction; satiate.

Origin of englut

1485–95; < Middle French englotir Anglo-French englutir < Late Latin ingluttīre to swallow, equivalent to Latin in- in-2 + gluttīre to swallow; see glutton1
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British Dictionary definitions for englut


verb -gluts, -glutting or -glutted (tr) literary

to devour ravenously; swallow eagerly
to glut or sate (oneself); surfeit; satiate
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