- tending to eat and drink excessively; voracious.
- greedy; insatiable.
Origin of gluttonous
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Examples from the Web for gluttonous
Instead, the loot was retained for the benefit of the despicable Emir Al-Sabah IV and a few hundred gluttonous Kuwaiti princes.The End of U.S. Imperium—Finally!
September 3, 2013
The gluttonous creators chat with Marlow Stern about heading to TV.Epic Meal Time Creators on Their Future Plans
March 18, 2011
There was a gluttonous look on every face whenever it was mentioned.L'Assommoir
Arcolano hesitated, and his gluttonous mouth quivered and twitched.The Strolling Saint
When at last his gluttonous appetite was satisfied he called for another pie.Bloom of Cactus
Robert Ames Bennet
Yet it must not be supposed that the company was gluttonous or greedy.Red Rooney
This gluttonous appetite, they say, is occasioned by the cold.The Great Company
Word Origin and History for gluttonous
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