[ US /ˈkænəbəˌɫɪzəm/ ]
[ UK /kˈænɪbəlˌɪzəm/ ]
  1. the practice of eating the flesh of your own kind
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How To Use cannibalism In A Sentence

  • I can understand the popcorn, but cannibalism is never appropriate. Pres. Obama cheers on brother-in-law at basketball game
  • One is “autocannibalism,” coined in French but equally appropriate in English. Blog Articles » Print » Columnist Shares New Words He Learned in Africa
  • It's loosely based on the true story of the only man ever convicted of cannibalism in the United States.
  • Its narrator is a 23-year-old woman whose obsession with cannibalism may be more than academic.
  • There's everything from stinkpot turtles and spitting sea cucumbers to fish slime, cannibalism and much more.
  • I've been trying to find a piece for Sirenia Digest located at the place where cannibalism and tooth pain intersect. "I'm praying for something that's worth drowning for..."
  • The depluming itch mite is a burrowing mite that can cause feather loss and stimulate cannibalism.
  • Data from two observational field studies and one release experiment suggest that in the absence of cannibalism, male redbacks would expect fewer than one mating opportunity in a lifetime.
  • Cannibalism never appears within the human boundaries of this imagined community.
  • Xisithrus, cannibalism is still a problem in Haiti and good deal of the fault can be laid at the door of liberal permissiveness. Think Progress » Rep. King: Undocumented Haitians Should Be Deported Because Haiti Is In ‘Great Need Of Relief Workers’
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