EnglishEdit

VerbEdit

gorging

  1. present participle of gorge

NounEdit

gorging (plural gorgings)

  1. The act of one who gorges, or eats to satiety.
    • 1847, George Frederick Augustus Ruxton, Adventures in Mexico and the Rocky Mountains, page 267:
      The powers of the Canadian voyageurs and hunters in the consumption of meat strike the greenhorn with wonder and astonishment; and are only equalled by the gastronomical capabilities exhibited by Indian dogs, both following the same plan in their epicurean gorgings.