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gorge

(gôrj)
n.
1. The throat; the gullet: The gory sight made my gorge rise.
2. The crop of a hawk.
3. An instance of gluttonous eating.
4. The contents of the stomach; something swallowed.
v. gorged, gorging, gorges
v.tr.
1. To stuff with food; glut: gorged themselves with candy.
2. To devour greedily.
v.intr.
To eat gluttonously.

gorg′er n.
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gorge

verb To eat gluttonously, that is, far beyond the point of mere satiation.
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