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  • WordNet 3.6
    • n guzzling the drinking of large mouthfuls rapidly
    • ***


In literature:

He'd a bag full of dust, so he'll gamble and guzzle till morning most likely.
"Port O' Gold" by Louis John Stellman
Guzzle, wolf-cub; no, I withdraw that word.
"The Man Who Laughs" by Victor Hugo
I've chucked all that guzzling an swilling business.
"The Price of Love" by Arnold Bennett
Go, stink of smoke, and guzzle nasty wine, Sure, never virtuous love was used like mine!
"The Tatler, Volume 1, 1899" by George A. Aitken
Perhaps, though, he's only guzzling buns or swilling coffee somewhere.
"Acton's Feud" by Frederick Swainson
Thou guzzling tinder-throat, thy drouth is never slaked!
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)" by John Roby
There are few things so disgusting as a guzzling woman.
"Advice to Young Men" by William Cobbett
But men be all alike; they be always guzzling; they never think of their poor wives.
"The Knight of the Golden Melice" by John Turvill Adams
This dawdling and guzzling had a bad effect on my remaining people.
"The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa, from 1865 to His Death, Volume I (of 2), 1866-1868" by David Livingstone
And it's damned hot, I know, to guzzle whiskey.
"The Bad Man" by Charles Hanson Towne
Only fit to guzzle and smash furniture.
"A Poached Peerage" by William Magnay
The next thing was luncheon, as elegant folk have it; or a proper old guzzle, according to Peter.
"Furze the Cruel" by John Trevena
You meet a ball-gamer now and then Who can guzzle more than the most of men.
"Right off the Bat" by William F. Kirk
Did old Booch over there, for example, guzzling oysters, cry at times upon the unknown God in the vast silences of the night?
"Marriage" by H. G. Wells
Then, again, the old man is guzzling more than three young men would.
"Judith Trachtenberg" by Karl Emil Franzos
Can ye choose no better time for guzzling than this when the King is here, yea, in your very church?
"Highways and Byways in Cambridge and Ely" by Edward Conybeare
Here and there a man leaning over a broken cask was guzzling at its contents in a torpor of drunkenness.
"The White Terror and The Red" by Abraham Cahan
HALLEY, Thomas, great pomp, and much guzzling, at his funeral, 25.
"Dealings With The Dead" by A Sexton of the Old School
For a man who guzzles all day you are mighty strong on the heart-throb slush.
"Prairie Gold" by Various
Do you think we're going to sit here, watching you guzzling, as long as ever you please?
"Frivolities" by Richard Marsh

In poetry:

Today they crawled from their covers
to cook a breakfast buffet
and soon they were gobbling and guzzling
and gulping and slurping away.
"Eagle Mountain Glacier" by Jonas Hallgrimsson
Says gorging Jack to guzzling Jimmy,
"I am extremely hungaree."
To gorging Jack says guzzling Jimmy,
"We've nothing left, us must eat we."
"Little Billee" by William Makepeace Thackeray
"First let me say my catechism
Which my poor mammy taught to me."
"Make haste, make haste," says guzzling Jimmy,
While Jack pulled his snickersnee.
"Little Billee" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Says gorging Jack to guzzling Jimmy,
"With one another we shouldn't agree!
There's little Bill, he's young and tender,
We're old and tough, so let's eat he.
"Little Billee" by William Makepeace Thackeray
I'll drink to thee only with my eyes
When two are three and four,
And guzzle reality's rise and cries
And praise the truth beyond surmise
When small shots shout: More! More! More! More!
"Occasional Poems" by Delmore Schwartz
And having got no portion small of buffeting and tussling,
At last he reached the banquet-hall, where sat the mayor a-
And by his side his lady tall dressed out in white sprig muslin.
"The Legend Of St. Sophia Of Kioff" by William Makepeace Thackeray

In news:

A new study from the National Center for Health Statistics found American adults guzzle an average of 100 calories a day from alcoholic drinks.
Things in Politico That Make Me Want to Guzzle Antifreeze, ThisClose Edition.
Local hybrid leader's tips to sip, not guzzle fuel.
Despite Risks, Workers Guzzle Company Stock.
Gas prices guzzle municipal pocketbooks.
Things in Politico That Make Me Want to Guzzle Antifreeze, ThisClose Edition.
Here's to 200 years of beer guzzling .
Tarrant, Dallas Among Nation's Top 10 Gas- Guzzling Counties.
However, when the alcoholic swine is actually a beer guzzling pig – we consider that the exception to the rule.
Half of Americans guzzle sugary drinks daily.
America's Most And Least Gas- Guzzling Cities.
California appears poised to be first to ban power- guzzling big-screen TVs.
LA Times Highlights Dirt Guzzling SUBs.
BRITISH consumers, it would appear, eat without heeding their doctors and buy without a nod to Pareto's notions of efficiency: they both guzzle and chuck out food with abandon, while others go without.
Big Gay Ice Cream Owner Bryan Petroff Burns His Bagels, Guzzles His Diet Coke.