English Thesaurus
(verb) 
Definition
to eat quickly or greedily
I was in the changing room wolfing down tea and sandwiches.
Synonyms
devour
She devoured half an apple pie.
, ,
bolt
Don't bolt your food.
, ,
hoover (informal)
,
scoff (slang)
I scoffed the lot!
,
gulp
She quickly gulped her tea.
,
gobble
He gobbled all the beef stew.
,
pack away (informal)
,
gorge on
,
gollop
,
pig out (slang)
,
eat like a horse
Opposites
, , , ,
pick at
(noun) 
Definition
a man who habitually tries to seduce women
(informal)  My grandfather is still an old wolf.
Synonyms
womanizer
He had a reputation as a womanizer and gambler.
,
seducer
He was a chronic would-be seducer at whom everybody laughed.
,
Don Juan
the sexual boasting of a Don Juan
,
Casanova
,
philanderer
He was handsome, fun, charming, but a philanderer.
,
Lothario
,
lecher
He's just a sad old lecher.
,
ladykiller
Hollywood's hottest star and a notorious ladykiller
,
lech or letch (informal)

related words

related adjective lupine
name of female bitch
name of young cubwhelp
collective nouns packroutherd

Additional synonyms

in the sense of bolt
Definition
to eat hurriedly
Don't bolt your food.
Synonyms
swallow whole
in the sense of Don Juan
Definition
a successful seducer of women
the sexual boasting of a Don Juan
Synonyms
wolf (informal),
Romeo,
Casanova,
Prince Charming,
Lothario,
lady-killer (informal),
Lothario,
poodle-faker (slang),
ladies' man
in the sense of gobble
Definition
to eat quickly and greedily
He gobbled all the beef stew.
Synonyms
cram in,
gorge on,
pig out on (slang),
stuff yourself with

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