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n. Slang
One who eats enthusiastically or excessively.
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informal a greedy person or a person who loves eating
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n. Slang.
a person who eats food in large quantities or with great gusto; glutton.
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Alongside the American Operation Chowhound, more than 11,000 tons of food was dropped in just over a week, with the Germans agreeing not to fire on the aircraft.
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"The British called the food drop Operation Manna, which was a good name for what we were doing, well, even if the food only came from a few hundred feet above." He then disparagingly shook his head at the American name for the mission, Operation Chowhound. He said that to this day he felt embarrassed by the insensitivity reflected in the name.
Beginning with a crazy plan hatched by a suspect prince, and an even crazier reliance on the word of the Nazis, Operation Chowhound was devised.
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