gulper vs guzzler what difference

what is difference between gulper and guzzler

English

Etymology

gulp +‎ -er

Noun

gulper (plural gulpers)

  1. One who gulps.
  2. A gulper eel.

Derived terms

  • gulper eel
  • gulper shark

Anagrams

  • replug


English

Etymology

guzzle +‎ -er

Noun

guzzler (plural guzzlers)

  1. Somebody or something which guzzles.
  2. A device placed in arid regions to catch water for wildlife to drink from.
    • 1954, Wildlife Review (issues 75-83, page 44)
      Quail require little water, so there is no point to putting in a guzzler if there is any permanent water within travel range.

Synonyms

  • (guzzler of food): glutton, gorger; See also Thesaurus:glutton
  • (guzzler of drink): alcoholic, sot, suck-pint; See also Thesaurus:drunkard

Derived terms

  • gas guzzler
  • cumguzzler

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