(also gormandize, gourmandise)
- Eat good food, especially to excess.More example sentences
- But still, you're not here to hobnob and gourmandise, you're here for that intense spiritual experience.
- They were also, according to witnesses, gourmandizing on the food stuffs kept by the clergy.
noun[mass noun] Back to top
- The appreciation or consumption of good food.More example sentences
- Napoleon's love of gourmandise was nurtured young on his native island.
- I guess my gourmandise runs deep.
- His interest in gourmandise caused him to taste its flesh, which he found delicious and certainly better than most of our chickens.
late Middle English (as a noun): from French gourmandise, from gourmand; the verb dates from the mid 16th century.
More definitions of gourmandizeDefinition of gourmandize in:
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