gormandize

[ verb gawr-muhn-dahyz; noun gawr-muhn-deez ]
/ verb ˈgɔr mənˌdaɪz; noun ˌgɔr mənˈdiz /

verb (used with or without object), gor·mand·ized, gor·mand·iz·ing.

to eat greedily or ravenously.

noun

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Also especially British, gor·mand·ise .

Origin of gormandize

1540–50; <French gourmandise (noun), equivalent to Middle French gourmandgourmand + -ise noun suffix later taken as v. suffix -ize

OTHER WORDS FROM gormandize

gor·mand·iz·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for gormandize

gormandize

gormandise


verb (ˈɡɔːmənˌdaɪz)

to eat (food) greedily and voraciously

noun (ˈɡɔːmənˌdiːz)

a less common variant of gourmandise

Derived forms of gormandize

gormandizer or gormandiser, noun
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