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guzzle

[′gəz·əl]
(meteorology)
In the Shetland Islands, an angry blast of wind, dry and parching.
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Days after they were blamed for guzzling around one million litres of alcohol kept in police storerooms, the poor rodents are now being held responsible by the cops for "destroying" confiscated hard cash.
Eyewitnesses said they saw him guzzling beer and whiskey before getting on the plane and fellow passengers watched as he threw up in the galley and the bathroom.
But as they continue guzzling wine and reminiscing over their past, an emotional hug on the sofa turns into a boozefuelled kiss.
After many years of marriage, a husband has turned into a couch potato, became completely inattentive to his wife and sat guzzling beer and watching TV all day.
FOLLOWING the remarks of Peter Snape, Labour MP for West Bromwich East, about guests at Buckingham Palace garden party, people guzzling Champagne at Ascot, stuffing themselves with strawberries at Wimbledon and parading like penguins to the garden party.
Guzzling And there was a rise in the number of 4x4s sold after a year of terrible weather.
Besides the faces, Guzzling includes paintings on the New York Times, lyrics and a collection of photos taken on tour.
The company is already seeing the financial advantages of replacing its energy guzzling equipment funded by two interest-free energy efficiency loans from the Carbon Trust.
If he finds nut cutlets tasteless; it's probably because his palate has been compromised by so many decades of guzzling dead flesh.
I COMPLETELY disagree with the plan to give motorists with gas guzzling cars pounds 1,000 towards a new one.
The number of luxury gas guzzling SUVs on the road is increasing, at a time when the price of fuel is also steadily climbing, reports.
No mention of Canada yet, but the growth in beer snobbery here guarantees that some brew-nerd somewhere in the dominion is guzzling a freshly FedEx-ed case of the stuff.