Definition of gulosity in English:

gulosity

noun

rare
  • [mass noun] Greed in eating; gluttony.

    • ‘I have heard him, upon other occasions, talk with great contempt of people who were anxious to gratify their palates; and the 206th number of his Rambler is a masterly essay against gulosity.’
    • ‘Understand well how much the flesh in this lapsed state is our enemy; and how much gulosity doth strengthen it against us.’
    • ‘Each man grabbed his share with avidity, and there and then devoured it with such gulosity that, in less than half an hour after its death, only the hoofs remained.’
    • ‘He would dart out his tongue right and left, as rapidly as lightning, and lap up the ants in quick succession, with the most laudable gulosity.’
    • ‘Rabelais continually returns to the indolence and gulosity of the friars.’
    greed, greediness, overeating, overconsumption, binge eating, gourmandism, gourmandizing, gluttonousness, voraciousness, voracity, wolfishness, insatiability
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Origin

Late 15th century: from Latin gulositas (from gulosus gluttonous) + -ity.

Pronunciation:

gulosity

/ɡjʊˈlɒsɪti/