[goo r-muh n-dahyz]

verb (used without object), gour·man·dized, gour·man·diz·ing.

to enjoy fine food and drink, especially often and in lavish quantity.

Origin of gourmandize

First recorded in 1540–50; gourmand + -ize
Related formsgour·man·diz·er, noun
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Related Words for gourmandize

surfeit, binge, feast, pig, overindulge, gorge, scarf, gluttonize, gourmandize

Examples from the Web for gourmandize

Historical Examples of gourmandize

  • If gourmandize be the favorite failing in these parts, there is surely some excuse for the sinners.

    Border and Bastille

    George A. Lawrence