Synsets for "gluttonous"

Synset: gluttonous.a.01

Synonyms: gluttonous

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: given to excess in consumption of especially food or drink

Examples: over-fed women and their gluttonous husbands | a gluttonous debauch | a gluttonous appetite for food and praise and pleasure

Lemmas: gluttonous

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Antonyms: abstemious

    

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Ovid Gluttonous Envy, burst: my name’s well known already
Temeluchus In chapter 34, he is seen torturing the soul of a gluttonous and lustful priest:
The Japanese The Japanese Don't Know Gluttonous Chinese man. Was born in Guangdong Province, rich and has come to Japan.
Naked Blood The film's most controversial scene features the gluttonous woman first eating her labia, then her nipple, and finally her eyeball.
Troll Tales Huldra's pet moose/elk. He is very gluttonous and has a sweet tooth. He is also rather dumb.
Competitive eating The chief criticism of competitive eating is the message the gluttonous sport sends as obesity levels rise among Americans and the example it sets for youth.
Bent Sea Guitarist Sylvain Coudret (Soilwork, Scarve) recorded guest leads on the songs "Dead Meat" ("Noistalgia"), "Fashion Victims" ("Animalist"), "To The Extreme" and "Gluttonous Death" ("Ascend").
Wolverine The Eastern Slavic росомаха ("rosomakha") and the Polish and Czech name "rosomák" seem to be borrowed from the Finnish "rasva-maha" (fat belly). Similarly, the Hungarian name is "rozsomák" or "torkosborz" which means "gluttonous badger".
Takako Akasaka Takako Akasaka has decreased the frequency of her contests and has worked as a commentator on Japanese competitive eating programs such as the "Gluttonous Queen" contest broadcast on TV Tokyo in the spring of 2006 on TV Tokyo.
List of The Hardy Boys characters Gertrude frequently expresses her maternal care for the boys and their friends through her cooking, and it is generally agreed (particularly by the occasionally gluttonous Chet Morton) that she excels in this area.
Akai Kutsu In the 2007 drama ""Gluttonous Detectives 2"", in an episode entitled , the circumstances of a man who was taken from his Japanese mother and went abroad overlap with the song. It was also filmed in Yamashita Park.
Ghoul In the Arabic language, the female form is given as "ghoulah" and the plural is "ghilan". In colloquial Arabic, the term is sometimes used to describe a greedy or gluttonous individual.
Donald's Cousin Gus Donald's Cousin Gus is a 1939 Walt Disney cartoon in which Donald Duck is visited by his gluttonous cousin, Gus Goose, who proceeds to eat Donald out of house and home. It was released on May 3, 1939.
Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka (play) The first Ticket is found by Augustus Gloop, an obese, gluttonous child from Frankfurt, Germany ("I Eat More!"). The second Ticket is found in São Paulo, Brazil, by an extremely spoiled girl named Veruca Salt. Her wealthy father, a macadamia nut magnate, had purchased hundreds of thousands of the candy bars and put his entire factory workforce to work searching for the ticket.
Philippa Foot This sort of analysis of 'thin" ethical concepts was tied to a special partitioning account of more concrete or "thick" concepts, such as "cowardly", 'cruel", or "gluttonous": these were supposed to combine a non-cognitive "evaluative" element with the obvious, "merely descriptive" element.
Causes of the French Revolution Louis XVI, his ministers, and the widespread French nobility had become immensely unpopular. This was a consequence of the fact that peasants and, to a lesser extent, the poor and those aspiring to be "bourgeoisie", were burdened with ruinously high taxes levied to support a wealthy monarchy, along with aristocrats and their sumptuous, often gluttonous lifestyles.
The Cat's Meow "Bogdanovich's silent crosscutting between close-ups of the characters helps to shorn the film of its theatrical origins," wrote Peter Tonguette in "The Film Journal". "Bogdanovich's sensitivity towards his characters and outright insistence that we see even the most gluttonous and poisonous among them as human beings is rare, and commendable, indeed."
Joe MacBeth Duke rewards him with a mansion by a lake. A fortune teller persuades Lily, however, that Joe's destiny is to be the leader, not a follower. Lily is ruthlessly ambitious. After he personally eliminates Duke's gluttonous rival, Big Dutch, at a restaurant, Lily continues to goad Joe into going after his own boss.
Charles Deburau Pierrot is not content to rouse laughter: he also calls forth tears: the times demand it, we have become extremely sensitive, we want Pierrot to have an old mother, a sweet fiancée, a sister to rescue from the snares of a seducer. The egoistic, lazy, gluttonous, cowardly Pierrot of old offends the exquisite delicacy of the younger generations: they must have a Pierrot-Montyon.
J. Wellington Wimpy Wimpy is Popeye's friend. In the cartoons, he mainly plays the role of the "straight man" to Popeye's outbursts and wild antics. Wimpy is soft-spoken, very intelligent, and well educated, but also cowardly, very lazy, overly parsimonious and utterly gluttonous. He is also something of a scam artist and, especially in the newspaper strip, can be notoriously underhanded at times.