gas-guzzler


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gas-guzzler

n. a large automobile that uses much gasoline. The old gas-guzzlers were certainly comfortable.
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Gas-guzzlers aren't generally chic in Catholic circles.
The major bonus is better fuel efficiency, making it the first and only SL to escape the gas-guzzler tax.
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CAR HIRE firm Avis reckons it is cheaper - by pounds 6,000 and more a year - to downsize from a large gas-guzzler such as the RangeRovertoa small city runabout, and then hire a grander machine as and when you need one.
Part of my decision is about practicality (I'll escape the planned pounds 25 gas-guzzler congestion charge in London), but a bigger part is good old-fashioned patriotism.
I own a touring caravan and need my gas-guzzler to tow it.
Jeremy Clarkson and James May (pictured) drove a shiny new red gas-guzzler, while Richard Hammond challenged them in a dog sled.
DODGY Dave, who has had virtually nothing to say about the Middle East crisis, was much more eloquent when it came to biking into the Commons followed by a gas-guzzler carrying his shoes and briefcase.
Campaigners for the Crewe and Nantwich candidate were seen in the gas-guzzler with pamphlets and blue balloons.
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And after splashing out a small fortune, he knows he'll have to fill up the gas-guzzler again - in just TWO days.
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