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To GU’TTLE. v.n.

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To GU’TTLE. v.n. [from gut.] To feed luxuriously; to
gormandise. A low word.
His jolly brother, opposite in sense,
Laughs at his thrift; and, lavish of expence,
Quaffs, crams, and guttles in his own defence. Dryden.