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verb (used with or without object), gut·tled, gut·tling.
  1. to eat greedily or voraciously; gormandize.
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Origin of guttle

1645–55; gut + -le; cf. guzzle
Related formsgut·tler, noun
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Examples from the Web for guttle

Historical Examples

  • You married the boy's mother to craze and kill her, and guttle her property.

    The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete

    George Meredith

  • Under the old patriarkle system, time passed orf smoothly and pleasantly with the Guttle family.

    Swingin Round the Cirkle.

    Petroleum V. Nasby

  • Well, doubtless, when the hour strikes, we must all guttle and protube.