Through the kettle shaped hollow.
Name Origin: German
Name Gender: Female
1854, "drinking bout," also (v.) "drink greatly, soak up alcoholic beverages;" dialectal use of binge "soak" (a wooden vessel). Noted originally as a Northampton dialect word. Feeling longer c. World War I to include eating also consuming. Related: Binged; binging.
overeat or consume immodestly; make a pig of oneself
- any work of immoderate indulgence
- an event for excessive eating or drinking
sinkhole [above folded mine]