Definition of gluttonous in English:

gluttonous

Syllabification: glut·ton·ous
Pronunciation: /ˈglətnəs
 
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adjective

Excessively greedy: a gluttonous, cigar-smoking capitalist
More example sentences
  • If you become less gluttonous, less greedy, less myopic, more savvy about the world in general, they don't win; you win.
  • If you're as gluttonous as we were, you should expect to pay $20 or so per person (including a complementary bowl of chips and homemade salsa), but you can also eat for much less.
  • In the process, their brand of conservatism is beginning to look like a gluttonous attempt to funnel billions of dollars into the bank accounts of their friends and supporters.
Synonyms
greedy, gourmandizing, voracious, insatiable, wolfish
informal piggish, piggy

Derivatives

gluttonously

adverb
More example sentences
  • Since the 1930s, serialized comics have appeared in phone-book-thick magazine compilations and hundred-page paperbacks, gluttonously consumed.
  • The way we eat in North America is gluttonously ugly.
  • We gluttonously overordered the grilled and marinated meats, even retracing our steps for seconds.

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