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Glutton synonyms

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  1. Gourmet
  2. A person with a hearty liking for good food and drink and a tendency to indulge in them to excess
  3. A person who often eats too much.
A person devoted to sensuous pleasure and luxurious living.
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  1. A person devoted to sensuous pleasure and luxurious living.
  2. A person who enjoys and has a discriminating taste for fine foods and beverages
  3. A person with refined taste, especially in food and wine.
One who eats too much; particularly one who does so regularly.
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  1. One who eats too much; particularly one who does so regularly.
A person who believes in enjoying sensuality and the experience of pleasant sensations.
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  1. A person who believes in enjoying sensuality and the experience of pleasant sensations.
  2. One who holds to the doctrine of sensualism.
(Slang) A big, heavy motorcycle.
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  1. (Slang) A big, heavy motorcycle.
  2. Any of various mammals of the family Suidae, which includes the domesticated pig as well as wild species, such as the wild boar and the warthog.
  3. A domesticated pig weighing over 54 kilograms (120 pounds).
Any of various mammals of the family Suidae, having short legs, hooves with two weight-bearing toes, bristly hair, and a cartilaginous snout used for digging, including the domesticated hog (Sus scrofa subsp. domestica syn. S. domesticus) and wild species such as the bushpig.
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  1. Any of various mammals of the family Suidae, having short legs, hooves with two weight-bearing toes, bristly hair, and a cartilaginous snout used for digging, including the domesticated hog (Sus scrofa subsp. domestica syn. S. domesticus) and wild species such as the bushpig.
  2. Pig iron.
  3. A mold in which such metal is cast.
Find another word for glutton. In this page you can discover 8 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for glutton, like: gourmand, greedy person, epicure, overeater, sensualist, hog, pig and garbage hound. See syn. study at epicure.epicure.