- tending to eat and drink excessively; voracious.
- greedy; insatiable.
Origin of gluttonous
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Examples from the Web for gluttonously
The birds of prey were gluttonously filled with lifeless limbs.
Had she not gluttonously longed for more of the delectable marmalade made by the aged Sanchita?The Galaxy, April, 1877
Emma devoured them, gluttonously and absorbed their precepts as the human system absorbs alcohol fumes.Superwomen
Albert Payson Terhune
She still ate, gluttonously devouring this bread thus moistened by her tears, and breathing very hard all the while.L'Assommoir
He saved the three sous his coffee and brandy cost him, and gluttonously swallowed the excellent tea prepared by Madame Raquin.Therese Raquin
Word Origin and History for gluttonously
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