Gluttonous and Miserly


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Gluttonous adjective – Having a huge appetite.
Miserly and gluttonous are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Miserly" instead an adjective "Gluttonous".
Nearby Words: gluttony, glutton, gluttonously
Synonyms for Gluttonous


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Miserly adjective – Giving or sharing as little as possible.
Gluttonous and miserly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Gluttonous" instead an adjective "Miserly".
Nearby Words: miserable, miserliness, miser
Synonyms for Miserly

Things that words describes

person gluttonous person miserly person
character gluttonous character miserly character
man gluttonous man miserly man
nature gluttonous nature miserly nature
Other nouns: king, father, ways.

Both words in one sentence

  • However, they can't be all bad for the simple reason that a character loaded down with all of the Seven Deadly Sins (along with whatever other character flaws writers can think of) will be too lazy, gluttonous, envious, prideful, angry, lustful and miserly to do much of anything.
    Source: Evil Virtues
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