In matters of gourmandise I am content wi' little and cantie wi' mair.
There was no affectation of gourmandise, the vice of male dinners.
This is not the most effectual way of proving the keenness of their gourmandise.
But it could not be denied that the spirit of gambling and gourmandise were there.
He needed only a crier at his back and a Petronius to immortalize his gourmandise.
We can revel in it, gourmandise on it, smack our lips over it, and the more we get of it the better we shall be.
I am to dine on Thursday with the Fishmongers' Company, the first company for gourmandise in the world.
No less effective is the “gourmandise” with which he gives his interpretation the appearance of an old picture.
But if nations were grateful, then Frenchmen, above all other races, ought to raise a temple and altars to "gourmandise."
The baronet's eulogium on his friend's taste in gourmandise was well and justly merited.