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guzzle

verb guz·zle \ˈgə-zəl\

: to drink (something, such as beer or liquor) quickly or in large amounts

guz·zledguz·zling \ˈgəz-liŋ, ˈgə-zə-\

Full Definition of GUZZLE

intransitive verb
:  to drink especially liquor greedily, continually, or habitually
transitive verb
1
:  to drink greedily or habitually <guzzle beer>
2
:  consume, use up <devices that guzzle electricity>
guz·zler \ˈgəz-lər, ˈgə-zə-\ noun

Examples of GUZZLE

  1. <guzzled my soda before I could stop him>
  2. <teenagers sneaking out to guzzle in the woods>

Origin of GUZZLE

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1567

Rhymes with GUZZLE

GUZZLING Defined for Kids

guzzle

verb guz·zle \ˈgə-zəl\
guz·zledguz·zling

Definition of GUZZLE for Kids

:  to drink greedily

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