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Definition of Gorged

  1. The past tense and past participle of Gorge
  2. adjective Having a gorge or throat.
  3. adjective Bearing a coronet or ring about the neck.
  4. adjective Glutted; fed to the full.

Gorged - слова по маске

Gorged - words with similar meaning

  • Shrill-gorged adjective Having a throat which produces a shrill note.

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Gorged - definition of Gorged by the Free Online Dictionary ...

A deep narrow passage with steep rocky sides; a ravine. 2. A narrow entrance into the outwork of a fortification. 3. The throat; the gullet: The gory sight made my - Cached - Similar

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... Show Spelled[gawrjd] Show IPA. adjective Heraldry. (of a beast) represented wearing something about the neck in the manner of a collar: a lion gules gorged - Cached - Similar

gorged - Wiktionary

From gorge, from French gorger, from Old French gorge ... Gorged nearly to the uttermost when he entered the restaurant, the smell of food had almost caused - Cached - Similar

Gorge - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Definition of GORGE. 1. : throat —often used with rise to indicate revulsion accompanied by a sensation of constriction <my gorge rises at the sight of blood> . 2 - Cached - Similar

41st father who gorged on pork pie sandwiches every night loses ...

20 Jan 2012 ... Marc Soulsby, 39, from Gateshead, was too ashamed to leave the house and couldn't walk anywhere without becoming half-body-weight.html - Similar

Gorged ancient effigy - The RuneScape Wiki - Skills, quests, guides ...

A Gorged ancient effigy is the fourth stage of an ancient effigy, requiring the highest - Cached - Similar

Escondido has gorged enough on high-fat controversy ...

22 Apr 2012 ... Escondido, the most overstuffed city in North County, needs to push away from the table and start eating sensibly. Good lord. You'd have to be - Cached - Similar

Stockton Gorged on Debt for City Amenities Before Crash - Bloomberg

3 Apr 2012 ... In 2005, Stockton, California, unveiled a gleaming new arena and ballpark on its riverfront, part of a $145 million plan to draw people downtown