Examples of guzzle in a Sentence
guzzled my soda before I could stop him
teenagers sneaking out to guzzle in the woods
Recent Examples of guzzle from the Web
A grand jury report said security camera footage captured events inside the house that night, including pledges being ordered to guzzle alcohol.
U.S. crude exports and refinery inputs advance to records Gas-guzzling is hot again as demand hits highest level ever There’s a loud sucking sound coming from the depths of oil storage tanks across the United States.
JOSH, NEW JERSEY Take a page from your son’s (nongift-guzzling) book and let this go.
For Detroit, shifting investment toward gas-guzzling behemoths—
The number is climbing slowly across broad swaths of the rural big-sky West, driven by a combination of austere budgets, fuel-guzzling bus rides and teacher shortages that have turned four-day weeks into an important recruiting tool.
Another contributing factor, state officials believe, is that consumers appear to be buying bigger, more powerful and more gas-guzzling vehicles like SUVs and trucks.
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Origin and Etymology of guzzle
First Known Use: 1567See Words from the same year
GUZZLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guzzle for English Language Learners
: to drink (something, such as beer or liquor) quickly or in large amounts
GUZZLE Defined for Kids
Definition of guzzle for Students
: to drink greedily
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