guzzling guzzling  /ˈɡə zə lɪŋ/


  • (n) the drinking of large mouthfuls rapidly



  1. If he can pull that off, Israel could be the first nation to junk its gas-guzzling cars altogether.
  2. From the vodka-guzzling drunkard and the bungling policeman to the Mafia chieftain, stereotypical characters stride broadly across the screen.
  3. But in the 1990s a similar optimism hit here too, only to fizzle as gas prices plummeted and gas-guzzling SUVs took over the auto market with a vengeance.


  1. Tesla demos its 90 second Model S battery swap

    Electric cars have a long way to go before they can be considered a proper replacement for our gas guzzling vehicles. Two of the major roadblocks to their mainstream acceptance is the limited…
    on June 21, 2013     Source:

  2. How To Prevent Employees From Stealing Gas

    Gas guzzling just doesn’t happen at the pump. Employees stealing gas leads to lower profits, reduced employee morale and lost trust in drivers. A serious issue for many companies that have a fleet of vehicles is employees stealing gas for their own needs. Despite this being a common occurrence, many business owners aren’t aware they may be victims or aren’t sure how to handle the situation. By ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Field Technologies Online

  3. Wendy's worker fired over Frosty-guzzling photo

    Wendy's has fired an employee caught guzzling soft-serve ice cream right out of the Frosty machine. A photo of the worker, his mouth wide open as vanilla soft serve pours down his throat, went viral after being posted to Reddit on Wednesday. "I was going to buy a frosty from Wendy's until I saw the employee do this," the Reddit poster wrote. Bob Bertini, a spokesman for Wendy's, told the New ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Local 10 Miami


  1. "Nobody needs to damage the environment by driving a gas-guzzling Chelsea tractor in central London," Mr Livingstone said.
    on Feb 12, 2008 By: Ken Livingstone Source: Register

  2. "The Rambler automobile he championed ...... was the first American car designed and marketed for economy and mileage," Romney said. "He dubbed it a compact car, a car that would slay the gas-guzzling dinosaurs. It transformed the industry."
    on Feb 13, 2007 By: Mitt Romney Source: Deseret News

  3. "We can't keep this level of gas guzzling and make a strong impact on our dependence on foreign oil. It's a national security issue," McCain said in response to a post-speech question about gas mileage requirements.
    on Oct 9, 2007 By: John McCain Source: Forbes

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languish languish
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