verb (used without object), glut·ton·ized, glut·ton·iz·ing.
to eat like a glutton.
verb (used with object), glut·ton·ized, glut·ton·iz·ing.
to feast gluttonously on.
Keep it Classy: Fancy Words For Everyday ActivitiesHumming (is so boring) Yet, bombinating sounds much more interesting! This word may sound a bit like bumblebee, which is kind of neat as it means “to hum, or buzz.” First published in the late 1800s, bombinate and bombilate are twins with family-tree roots tangled in both Greek and Latin derivatives (confusing) that lead to the late Latin bombilāre, or “to hum.” Breathing (is so …
surfeit, binge, feast, pig, overindulge, gorge, scarf, gourmandize, devour, gobble, gulp, stuff, wolf, overeat, guzzle, glut, Hoover, feed, gormandize
- glutton for punishment,
Also especially British, glut·ton·ise.
Origin of gluttonize
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