Indulging in something, such as an activity, to excess; voracious. See Synonyms at voracious.(adjective)
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Use "gluttonous" in a sentence
"_On the contrary, _ Gregory says (Moral. xxx, 18) that "unless we first tame the enemy dwelling within us, namely our gluttonous appetite, we have not even stood up to engage in the spiritual combat.""
"If Jesus had not come eating and drinking, He could not have been called gluttonous and a wine-bibber."
"Charity, unknown on earth before the coming of the Son of man, who was content to be called gluttonous and"