gluttony gluttony  /ɡ ˈlə tə ni/


  1. (n) habitual eating to excess
  2. (n) eating to excess (personified as one of the deadly sins)



  1. Re: Milken -- Now is not the time to pardon the founding father of cotton candy securitization and speculative gluttony.
  2. A hilarious hit-or-mess farce that unabashedly proclaims the primacy of sex and gluttony in campus life.
  3. Yet coexisting with gluttony, comparatively unimaginative gluttony, was malnutrition.


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  1. "I'ma little strict about that kind of stuff," Reese tells. "I think kids do best when they only have a couple of things that they really enjoy. I try and stay away from the gluttony of things. They don't appreciate it as much. When they only...
    on Nov 29, 2008 By: Reese Witherspoon Source: The Gossip Girls (blog)

  2. In one of his lesser-known songs, "Money," from his "HIStory" album, Jackson asks, "Are you infected with the same disease of lust, gluttony and greed?"
    on Jul 1, 2009 By: Michael Jackson Source: Washington Post

  3. "Unfortunately, radical changes in America's food supply have generated a constant battle between the hormones generated by the food we eat and our genes. Obesity is not a consequence of sloth and gluttony, but rather an adverse interaction of our...
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: Barry Sears Source: PR Web (press release)

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