Noun(1) a deep ravine (usually with a river running through it(2) a narrow pass (especially one between mountains(3) the passage between the pharynx and the stomach
Verb(1) overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself
(1) He then saw a group of soldiers pinned down at the entrance of the gorge .(2) They chased him down the mountain and into the gorge where he disappeared and the miners couldn't follow.(3) From the Moulin de Cambelong a twisty road rises to the perfectly preserved medieval village of Conques, huddled on the edge of a gorge round the towering Romanesque cathedral church of Sainte-Foy.(4) This train spirals up a steep mountain gorge , climbing 2,800 ft in 40 minutes.(5) the river comes alive during March when fish gorge on caddisworms(6) You can gorge yourself on any amount of chocolate and not feel guilty.(7) Again, it goes back to social expectation - being able to gorge on food has now become a sort of unconsidered fashion.(8) This makes me sick, rancid gorge fills my throat, but I swallow it down.(9) First, waves of US planes dropped more than 40 bombs on their positions, concentrated in the gorge that provides entrance to the city.(10) we used to go to all the little restaurants there and gorge ourselves(11) When there is a loss of habitat, the woodland caribou becomes a prime target for wolves that gorge on their plentiful prey.(12) His throat fighting the gorge rising in his gullet, he slid off the bed and collapsed on the deck.(13) They walked through the shadow of the gorge , the steep overhanging walls closed in on them, and there was a sense of impending evil about them.(14) Not only it is tasty, on a shoestring budget one can gorge on a variety of food.(15) Like a gorge of ice in a river, once the first obstructing block breaks loose, the whole mass begins to move and the blockade is gone.(16) Still both not feeling 100%, Takuto coughing and with a hurting left knee and I with a sore gorge , we left Parral on a blue sky morning.
(1) my gorge rose :: korongo yangu ilipanda
1. ravine ::
2. gullet ::
3. defile ::
4. stuff ::
5. devour ::
6. engorge ::
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