Definition Of gorges

verb

a mass of ice obstructing a narrow passage, especially a river.

It is of record that fifty years ago an ice gorge formed near here.

a narrow valley between hills or mountains, typically with steep rocky walls and a stream running through it.

Their great pale grey slopes are breached all along the coast by a number of steep, rocky gorges with towering vertical walls.

eat a large amount greedily; fill oneself with food.

the river comes alive during March when fish gorge on caddisworms

the neck of a bastion or other outwork; the rear entrance to a fortification.

Leaders of combat teams should know where to set up an ambush - on the roads and paths along cornices and gorges, on slopes forming entrances to gorges , in populated centers and so on.

the throat.

Sinking his teeth into her gorge , he grotesquely tore her throat out.


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Example Of gorges

  • According to them the only drawback they'd encountered was that they had both gained 8 kilos gorging on Thai cuisine.

  • After gorging on holiday goodies, sticking to your resolution to hit the gym is easier said than done.

  • After gorging on the sumptuous buffet they all danced and sang to the sounds of the Caribbean / Filipino Band ‘Colours’.

  • After gorging ourselves on food and cake, his mother and I decided to explore a little further and went walking off down a windy track.

  • Cats are not grazing animals, they are gorgers .


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