Definition of Gluttonies

1. gluttony [n] - See also: gluttony



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gluttonies

glutination
glutinative
glutinoid
glutinosity
glutinous
glutinous rice
glutinously
glutinousness
glutony
gluts
glutted
glutting
glutton
glutton for punishment
gluttoned
gluttonies (current term)
gluttoning
gluttonise
gluttonish
gluttonising
gluttonism
gluttonize
gluttonized
gluttonizes
gluttonizing
gluttonous
gluttonously
gluttonousness
gluttons
gluttony

Literary usage of Gluttonies

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1823)
"Those vulgar gluttonies, thus eating for eating-sake, unconnected with mental associations, have no interest and no dignity. ..."

2. The Continental Traveller's Oracle; Or, Maxims for Foreign Locomotion by Thomas Wyse (1828)
"It gives not only an appetite, as all fasting will do, but a most inordinate one, so that more gluttonies are committed in the three first Easter holidays ..."

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