gluttony

[gluht-n-ee]
noun
excessive eating and drinking.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English glotonie, glutonie < Old French glotonie; see glutton1, -y3


gormandizing, intemperance, voracity.
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gluttony (ˈɡlʌtənɪ)
 
n
the act or practice of eating to excess

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Example sentences
This British import about two piggies going to market develops into a grand
  tug-of-war between greed and gluttony.
No one place on earth is exempt from our gluttony.
Thanksgiving has always been a day of delicious gluttony.
In olden days, the deadly sins included lust, gluttony and greed.
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