Definitions for guzzleˈgʌz əl
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
guz•zleˈgʌz əl(v.i.; v.t.)-zled, -zling.
to drink, or sometimes eat, greedily or excessively.
Origin of guzzle:
1570–80; orig. uncert.
drink greedily or as if with great thirst
"The boys guzzled the cheap vodka"
Drink; intoxicating liquor.
Where squander'd away the tiresome minutes of your evening leisure over seal'd Winchesters of threepenny guzzle! u2014 Tom Brown
A drinking bout; a debauch.
An insatiable thing or person.
A drain or ditch; a gutter; sometimes, a small stream. Also called guzzen.
To drink (or, sometimes, eat) quickly, voraciously, or to excess; to gulp down; to swallow greedily, continually, or with gust.
They spent most of their college days guzzling beer.
To consume alcoholic beverages, especially frequently or habitually.
To consume anything quickly, greedily, or to excess, as if with insatiable thirst.
This car just guzzles petrol.
Origin: Attested since 1576. Possibly imitative of the sound of drinking greedily, or from gouziller, gosillier, from gosier, and akin to gozzo.
to swallow liquor greedily; to drink much or frequently
to swallow much or often; to swallow with immoderate gust; to drink greedily or continually; as, one who guzzles beer
an insatiable thing or person
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