Related formsglut·ton·ous·ly, adverbglut·ton·ous·ness, nounun·glut·ton·ous, adjective
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 gluttonous creators chat with Marlow Stern about heading to TV.
This gluttonous appetite, they say, is occasioned by the cold.The Great Company|Beckles Willson
Invigorated by their gluttonous repast, most of them consented to return.The Second War with England, Vol. 2 of 2|J. T. Headley.
With a gluttonous chuckle the stranger turned suddenly into a neighboring passage.In the Name of Liberty|Owen Johnson
He is lazy and filthy, gluttonous, and would be a wine-bibber had he the chance.Pictures of Canadian Life|J. Ewing Ritchie
He was gluttonous and self-indulgent, and, toward the end of his life, so bloated as to be helpless.The Law of Civilization and Decay|Brooks Adams