Gormand



[gawr-muh nd] /ˈgɔr mənd/

noun
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/ˈɡɔːmənd/
noun
1.
a less common variant of gourmand

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  • Gormandize

    [verb gawr-muh n-dahyz; noun gawr-muh n-deez] /verb ˈgɔr mənˌdaɪz; noun ˌgɔr mənˈdiz/ verb (used with or without object), gormandized, gormandizing. 1. to eat greedily or ravenously. noun 2. 1 . verb (ˈɡɔːmənˌdaɪz) 1. to eat (food) greedily and voraciously noun (ˈɡɔːmənˌdiːz) 2. a less common variant of gourmandise v. 1540s, from gourmand + -ize.

  • Gormandizers

    [verb gawr-muh n-dahyz; noun gawr-muh n-deez] /verb ˈgɔr mənˌdaɪz; noun ˌgɔr mənˈdiz/ verb (used with or without object), gormandized, gormandizing. 1. to eat greedily or ravenously. noun 2. 1 . verb (ˈɡɔːmənˌdaɪz) 1. to eat (food) greedily and voraciously noun (ˈɡɔːmənˌdiːz) 2. a less common variant of gourmandise v. 1540s, from gourmand + -ize.



  • Gormed

    [gawrm] /gɔrm/ verb (used with object), Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. 1. . [gawm, gahm] /gɔm, gɑm/ verb (used with object), Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. 1. to smear or cover with a gummy, sticky substance (often followed by up): My clothes were gaumed up from that axle grease. /ˈɡɔːm/ noun 1. (Northern […]

  • Gormless

    [gawrm-lis] /ˈgɔrm lɪs/ adjective, Chiefly British Informal. 1. lacking in vitality or intelligence; stupid, dull, or clumsy. /ˈɡɔːmlɪs/ adjective 1. (Brit, informal) stupid; dull adj. c.1746, “wanting sense,” a British dialectal word, from gome “notice, understanding” (c.1200), from Old Norse gaumr “care, heed,” of unknown origin; + -less. adjective Stupid; slow-witted; dumb [1746+ British; fr […]



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