to eat greedily or ravenously.
- Also especially British, gor·mand·ise .
- gor·mand·iz·er, noun
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How to use gormandize in a sentence
Go to, thou gorged dullard, and tell thy master to gormandize without me.Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II | Various
She satirizes human foibles and weaknesses, showing ghosts that gossip and gormandize, simper and swear as they did in life.The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction | Dorothy Scarborough
Indeed, very frequently, when he did not get permission to gormandize, this naughty glutton helped himself without leave.Young Folks Treasury, Volume 3 (of 12) | Various
Let your epicures gormandize their fowl, fish, and flesh, with draughts of intoxicating liquors.The Life of Benjamin Franklin | Mason Locke Weems
Let the poor wretch gormandize between the rack and the gallows.Told by the Death's Head | Mr Jkai
British Dictionary definitions for gormandize
to eat (food) greedily and voraciously
a less common variant of gourmandise
- gormandizer or gormandiser, noun
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