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guzzle

[′gəz·əl]
(meteorology)
In the Shetland Islands, an angry blast of wind, dry and parching.
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We'll also throw in a box of delicious Guzzle Puzzle - extraordinary chewy jellies that can be combined with each other to reveal magical new flavours in an instant.
ECO-FRIENDLY hybrid cars guzzle up to a QUARTER more fuel than their makers claim, according to a new survey.
While fuel efficiency figures will not dwell largely on anyone who can afford the pounds 45,400 price tag the Boxster doesn't exactly guzzle the juice.
In view of the ongoing climate change scares linked to carbon emissions, may I suggest we resurrect the Sinclair C5 to replace our massive fleets of heavy goods lorries that churn out carbon emissions and guzzle our diminishing oil reserves?
Delicious Drinks to Sip, Slurp, Gulp & Guzzle Rose Dunnington Chicago Review Press
The first supports parents and health officials who are outraged that Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and other companies are tempting children to guzzle soft drinks at schools.
Initially content to guzzle laxatives and read Camus' The Stranger in the toilet, Swofford later finds solace in a sniper unit on the eve of its deployment to the Middle East.