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gŭlōsus , a, um, adj. gula, II.,
I.gluttonous, luxurious, dainty (post-Aug.; cf.: “edax, vorax): oculis quoque gulosi sunt,Sen. Q. N. 3, 18 fin.: “nil est miserius nec gulosius Santra,Mart. 7, 20, 1: “gulosum Fictile,” i. e. containing dainty food, Juv. 11, 19: “abstinentia,” i. e. an abstinence that enhances enjoyment, Hier. Ep. 107, 10.—Transf.: nimium lector gulosus, i. e. a too voracious reader (acc. to others, an over-fastidious reader), Mart. 10, 59, 5.—Adv.: gŭlōse , gluttonously: “gulosius condire cibos, Col. praef. § 5: nil est, Apici, tibi gulosius factum,Mart. 3, 22, 5: “gulosissime nutrit,Tert. Res. Carn. 1.
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