One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he's a bit of a wolf’
womanizer, Casanova, Romeo, Don Juan, Lothario, flirt, ladies' man, playboy, philanderer, seducer, rake, roué, libertine, debauchee
skirt-chaser, ladykiller, goat
dated gay dog
1‘he wolfed down his breakfast’
devour greedily, gobble, gobble up, guzzle, gulp down, bolt, cram down, gorge oneself with
informal pack away, demolish, shovel down, stuff one's face with, stuff oneself with, pig oneself on, pig out on, sink, scoff, scoff down, put away, get outside of
British informal gollop, shift
Northern Irish informal gorb
North American informal scarf, scarf down, scarf up, snarf, snarf down, snarf up, inhale
nibble, pick at
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