Definition of Edacity

1. Noun. Excessive desire to eat.




2. Noun. Extreme gluttony.

Definition of Edacity

1. n. Greediness; voracity; ravenousness; rapacity.

Definition of Edacity

1. Noun. greediness; voracity; rapacity ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Edacity

1. gluttony [n -TIES] - See also: gluttony

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Literary usage of Edacity

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1. Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern: In Four Books by Johann Lorenz Mosheim, James Murdock (1852)
"The first convent of nuns was erected at Verona, near the close edacity, and goes on to say: "I perceive that he refers rather to the Oriental monks ..."

2. American Observer Medical Monthly (1883)
"ENGLISH edacity—A HINT FOR AMERICANS. " If an earthquake were to engulf England to-morrow, the English would manage to meet and dine somewhere among the ..."

3. Mosheim's Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern by Johann Lorenz Mosheim (1867)
"... accusing the monks of edacity, and goes on to say, " I perceive that he refers rather to the oriental monks than to the occidental ..."

4. Observations on the Influence of Religion Upon the Health and Physical by Amariah Brigham (1835)
"69,70, he taxes Jerome with accusing the monks of edacity, and goes on to say: " 1 perceive that he refers rather to the oriental monks, ..."

5. Institutes of Ecclesiastical History: Ancient and Modern ... Much Corrected by Johann Lorenz Mosheim, James Murdock (1871)
"... in his Historia edacity, and goes on to say: ''I perceive that he refers rather to the Oriental monks, than to the occidental ..."

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