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gluttony

[ gluht-n-ee ]
/ ˈglʌt n i /
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noun

excessive eating and drinking.

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Origin of gluttony

1175–1225; Middle English glotonie, glutonie<Old French glotonie;see glutton1, -y3
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gluttony
/ (ˈɡlʌtənɪ) /

noun

the act or practice of eating to excess
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