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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n- Excessive appetite.

Usage examples (8)
  • "gulosity" rather than superstition; moreover, these barbarians had certain abominable practices, supposed to be known only to the most advanced races.
  • It is then that their true nature is exposed, mired in gulosity and superciliousness as they become.
  • Immanuel Kant was almost the only profound speculative thinker who was decidedly convivial, and given to gulosity, at least at his dinner.
  • Stade: old travellers attribute the cannibalism of the Brazilian races to “gulosity” rather than superstition; moreover, these barbarians had certain abominable... for more
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