Gluttony – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Gluttony: (Noun) /ˈɡlʌtəni/
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the bad habit of eating and drinking too much
Greed, Craving, Hunger
For IELTS Speaking:.
“As soon as Christmas is over, people often start to regret their gluttony.”
“His parents evidently did not suffer from drunkenness, gluttony, or excesses of marital discord.”
For IELTS Writing:
“The level of heart disease in the western world is a measure of our gluttony.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
fabricated, perfection, united, glossy, gluttony, settlement
- They have facts, figures, glossy brochures, ……………. lawyers and beatific smiles.
- It was a very entertaining, albeit …………………. film
- She has committed several sins, greed and ……………… being high on the list
- The veggies were cooked to …………….., with no distracting crunchiness to contend with, and the flavors blended together gloriously.
- The treaty guaranteed the peaceful ……………….. of disputes between the two countries.
- Support within the Labour Party for …………….. action with the Communist Party slackened considerably after the results of the trials become known.
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