Word of the Day

Word of the Day- December 9, 2018


(noun) habitual greed or excess in eating

Sentence– During the holidays, I usually give in to gluttony and gain at least ten pounds.


Have any of you ever indulged in gluttony?

14 thoughts on “Word of the Day- December 9, 2018”

  1. Dear mam
    This was a new word to me .My sentence On Saturday I went to a restaurant to have dinner and when I saw the tasty food ,I gave into gluttony.
    Mam after hearing this word I thought about the word gluton .Is it related?
    Thanks a lot


  2. Dear ma’am Tarana,
    My sentence – The poor man indulged all the food at the great fall feast with gluttony as he had not eaten food for several days.
    Ma’am I have never indulged in gluttony
    This reminds me of the word overeating
    Thank you ma’am for this word

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  3. Ma’am Tarana
    Word gluttony I have listened some time
    But I don’t know it’s meaning know I know
    The meaning
    Thanks for the blog.


  4. Dear ma’am Tarana,
    This is a new word to me I will definitely use it . Here is my sentence- I have gluttony towards sweet corn and dark chocolate.
    Videh Jain
    IV B


  5. St Augustine, in several passages, inveighs against those who thus by ” gluttony and insobriety buried themselves over the buried,” and ” made themselves FIG.
    Ma’am this is the sentence that I made


  6. Dear ma’am Tarana
    This is a new word to me.I will certainly use it. I have never indulged in gluttony before.
    IV B


  7. Ma’am
    This word is new to me and I will try to use it from now onwards. When it comes to pizzas and burgers , I usually give into gluttony.
    Thank you

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  8. Dear Ma’am Tarana
    This is a new word to me, I will surely try to use it in my daily routine. This reminded me of a pun :- My cousin brother’s 6 packs are very precious to him. That’s why he protects it with a layer of fat.
    V A

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