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chow·hound

 (chou′hound′)
n. Slang
One who eats enthusiastically or excessively.

chowhound

(ˈtʃaʊˌhaʊnd)
n
informal a greedy person or a person who loves eating

chow•hound

(ˈtʃaʊˌhaʊnd)

n. Slang.
a person who eats food in large quantities or with great gusto; glutton.
[1940–45]
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