But thou dost feed gluttonously at the table of an absent chief.
"Odysseus, the Hero of Ithaca" by Homer
The gluttonous Teddy stuffed his fists into his eyes and lifted up his voice.
"Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1901" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Another man had on his back a table and was carrying a plate, a knife, fork, spoon and napkin; he was a glutton.
"Castellinaria and Other Sicilian Diversions" by Henry Festing Jones
I'm a glutton, I can tell you.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
A glutton is the worst: for the rest 'Tis difficult to tell the best.
"Fables of John Gay" by John Gay
When I've been over here a month you'll find me a glutton for hardship.
"The Forester's Daughter" by Hamlin Garland
We've played the part of selfish and greedy gluttons so long that we fancy our privileges have turned into rights.
"Cavanaugh: Forest Ranger" by Hamlin Garland
They are not gluttons.
"The Young Farmer: Some Things He Should Know" by Thomas Forsyth Hunt
There was no getting any work out of that Spot; and to make up for it, he was the biggest pig-glutton of a dog I ever saw.
"The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories" by Various
Therefore it cannot be this which "holds" any reader but a mere novice or a glutton for garbage.
"A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1" by George Saintsbury
"In misery and penal woes
Must end a glutton's joys;
And learn how ogres punish those
Who dare to eat good boys.
"The Two Ogres" by William Schwenck Gilbert
The glutton groans, and loathes to eat,
His soul abhors delicious meat;
Nature, with heavy loads oppressed,
Would yield to death to be released.
"Psalm 107 part 3" by Isaac Watts
In the sweet soon-to-be,
When we open our NEWS,
Or our AGE or D.T.
Or whate'r we peruse,
We shall read: "SUDDEN DEATH OF A GLUTTON,
THE FATE OF AN OVER-FED FUSE."
"The Over-Fed Fuse" by C J Dennis
Possessed by a demon a negress
Wants to taste a girl-child saddened by new fruits
Unlawful ones too under the ragged dress,
This glutton’s ready to try a trick or two:
"A Negress" by Stephane Mallarme
Women all, hear the call,
The pitiless call of War!
Look your last on your dearest ones,
Brothers and husbands, fathers, sons:
Swift they go to the ravenous guns,
The gluttonous guns of War.
"The Call (France, August 1st, 1914)" by Robert W Service
After this banquet my soul doth say grace,
And praise thee for 't, and zealously embrace
Thy love, though I think thy love in this case
To be as gluttons, which say 'midst their meat,
They love that best of which they most do eat.
"TO Mr.T.W." by John Donne
Gluttonous Rite Survives Without Silverware .
Every time she'd come back into their apartment , June was being all gluttonous, eating three meals a day.
It's the most gluttonous day of the year.
Black Friday Gluttons Set To Go Posted Wednesday, November 21, at 12:48 PM.
We heard the average gluttonous American will consume some 4,500 calories this Thanksgiving Day, according to the Calorie Control Council.
And "No Way to Treat a First Lady" is a literary feast fit for a glutton.
The surprising answer, gluttons and gourmands, is the fire house on Pico near Overland.
Ever a glutton for bad fortunes , I stopped by the installation again and asked if WLRN would meet its pledge drive goals.
But our appetite for USB-connected devices is still gluttonous.
With a veritable arsenal of Gibson guitars and 6,500 flame throwing concerts under my belt, so far, I have turned the skulls of millions of fun musical gluttons to a fine dust over the past 50 years.
Sam Ftorek is a glutton for punishment.
The White House's Thanksgiving dinner this year will start with the superfood of kale and end with a glutton's share of pie, according to ObamaFoodarama, an independent blog that shares food and nutrition news from the White House.
Born and bred in England, Sarah Pinault is a mother, writer, craft junkie, and a glutton for the written word.
He was a glutton, a drug addict, an absentee father.
Bill O Reilly must be a glutton for punishment.