(Latin: to swallow, gulp down)
2. To overeat or to eat immodestly; "to make a pig of oneself".
2. A supply of something that is much greater than can be sold or is needed or wanted: "The current glut of university graduates could mean that many of them will not be able to find jobs."
3. A furry, northern animal (Gulo gulo) related to the marten and weasel but larger; the American variety is the wolverine.
2. Someone who wants a large amount of something: "Mildred is a glutton for gossip."
The gluten-free items in the health-food store did not appeal to the glutton who liked to glut himself with starchy treats.
There was a glut on the market of gluten free products many of which were very appealing to the glutton who prided himself by having a natural products diet.
2. A person who eats or consumes immoderate amounts of food and drink.
3. Someone with an inordinate capacity to receive or withstand something: "He was a glutton for punishment as he stayed up to work until just before dawn."
2. To eat a lot and without restraint.
3. The act of swallowing, gulping down.
2. Given to or marked by gluttony.
3. Indulging in something, such as an activity, to excess; voracious.
2. The vice of excessive eating; said to be "one of the seven deadly sins".
3. Excess in eating and/or drinking.