bingefully

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

bingeful +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

bingefully (comparative more bingefully, superlative most bingefully)

  1. In a bingeful manner.
    • 1973, Marcia Seligson, Cosmopolitan's Super Diets & Exercise Guide, Cosmopolitan Books (1973), ISBN 9780878511044, page 198:
      You're going to know that it won't be long before you can eat bingefully again — the weekend will be here in no time — provided you succeed in being a good girl for the five days in between.
    • 2003 25 December, joe crowe, “Essex Christmas”, uk.local.essx, Usenet:
      I , by the symbolic consumption of this official, Premier Division, Cheese Football; do declare this season of overeating and drinking bingefully open, and may St Rennie has mercy on your innards!
    • 2005, Denis Boyles, Vile France: Fear, Duplicity, Cowardice and Cheese, Encounter Books (2005), ISBN 9781594030529, page 60:
      The British spirits industry was convinced that commercials were persuading otherwise innocent Britons to drink bingefully and with intent.