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English citations of helluation

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  • 1820, Ange Denis Macquin, Tabella cibaria[1], Notes, page 14:
    Pliny calls the second of these brothers, nepotum omnium altissimus gurges; "the deepest gulph of the time," as to high feeding and helluation, or professional gluttonism.
  • 1883 — anonymous, "After the Funeral", The Literary Churchman and Church Fortnightly (Volume 29), page 77
    For it must be borne in mind that within living memory funeral feasts have, alas! been manifest scenes of helluation.