Definition of Gourmandized

1. Verb. (past of gourmandize) ¹



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Definition of Gourmandized

1. gourmandize [v] - See also: gourmandize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gourmandized

gourdiest
gourdiness
gourdlike
gourds
gourdworm
gourdworms
gourdy
gourmand
gourmandise
gourmandised
gourmandises
gourmandising
gourmandism
gourmandisms
gourmandize
gourmandized (current term)
gourmandizer
gourmandizers
gourmandizes
gourmandizing
gourmands
gourmet
gourmetlike
gourmets
gournet
gournets
gousan
gousans
gousset
goussets

Literary usage of Gourmandized

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1. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1872)
"In that stronghold of gluttony he gourmandized more than ever, and, being unable to chatter it off his stomach, as in other cities, had apoplexy, and died. ..."

2. Extemporaneous Oratory for Professional and Amateur Speakers by James Monroe Buckley (1898)
"A clergyman of my acquaintance, invited to dine on board a man-of-war in the harbor of New York, conversed and gourmandized until 7 p. ..."

3. The Works of Charles Paul de Kock, with a General Introduction by Jules Claretie by Paul de Kock (1904)
"Judge of my surprise, my happiness, when on the day following that on which I had gourmandized rose-haws, I found I had regained my usual health. ..."

4. A Dutch Source for Robinson Crusoe: The Narrative of the El-ho "Sjouke by Hendrik Smeeks, Lucius Lee Hubbard (1921)
"... and I gourmandized tidbits from him until he was gone. After some time I brought the shallop into the basin, and made some oars from the wainscoting ..."

5. The Evidential Value of the Holy Eucharist: Being the Boyle Lectures for by George Frederick Maclear (1883)
"... gourmandized so freely on the victuals and drink thus liberally furnished, that many of them had to be carried home to their quarters on the shoulders ..."

6. A Popular School History of the United States: In which are Inserted as Part by John Jacob Anderson (1880)
"... but when well supplied they gourmandized. Very little of their food was derived from the earth, except what it spontaneously produced. ..."

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