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glutton
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • It is true, alas, it is true, that there are many sluggards, gluttons, profligates and insolent beggars among monks.
  • And can it be a dream, that in the end man will find his joy only in deeds of light and mercy, and not in cruel pleasures as now, in gluttony, fornication, ostentation, boasting and envious rivalry of one with the other?

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  • A glutton is someone who digs his grave with his teeth.
    French Proverb
  • I am not a glutton - I am an explorer of food.
    Erma Bombeck

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