tending to eat and drink excessively; voracious.
- glut·ton·ous·ly, adverb
- glut·ton·ous·ness, noun
- un·glut·ton·ous, adjective
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How to use gluttonous in a sentence
Lepore explains what went wrong and what we desperately need to learn in handling our current reality of misinformation and bad polling, as well as the gluttonous amount of private data being uploaded instantly from our phones on a constant basis.
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.
But while fast food is notoriously gluttonous, the meals at chain restaurants can be worse… a lot worse.
He was really nourished by the farmer's gluttonous delight in his supposed piles of wealth.Rhoda Fleming, Complete | George Meredith
"Stewed eels make a nice supper," interrupted Tweasle with gluttonous simplicity.Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II | Various
He became, frankly and palpably gluttonous, stamping and whinnying for his food and bolting it ravenously when he got it.Servants of the Guns | Jeffery E. Jeffery
The bug is not a gluttonous insect, always bloodthirsty; on the contrary, its sobriety is remarkable.The Insect World | Louis Figuier
The Son of man came eating and drinking, and ye say, Behold a man gluttonous and a winebibber, a friend of publicans and sinners.Westminster Sermons | Charles Kingsley