Urman Dictionary



To greedily and rapidly sample or partake of a variety of things.

Leith had a very strict philosophy of how to make the best of a Chinese buffet. Since food quality was generally mediocre, it was important to eat quickly so that one would be hungry enough to enjoy it, and to bolster the taste with variety. Simply filling up a plate with large servings of one or two items and eating it slowly would lead to a suboptimal experience, Leith felt - instead, one should splurzip, taking a little of everything and wolfing it down.