[ UK /dɪvˈaʊə/ ]
[ US /dɪˈvaʊɝ/ ]
[ US /dɪˈvaʊɝ/ ]
Fire had devoured our home
She devoured his novels
eat up completely, as with great appetite
The teenagers demolished four pizzas among them
Some people can down a pound of meat in the course of one meal
he devoured three sandwiches
How To Use devour In A Sentence
- A savage beast devoured him! WALKING THE BIBLE
- You have devoured all when you were standing godmother.
- Sadly, because we found our wine so late, and things have been hectic with a sick 9-month old here at the LENNDEVOURS world headquarters there wasn't time for a full-fledge review, meaning that I didn't taste it blind or even pull my notebook out. Wine Blogging Wednesday
- It is the ravening lion roaming the earth seeking whom it may devour.
- With darksome devouring eyes my bruisèd bones? and fan, Carrion Comfort « Unknowing
- One stray click and I'm rickrolled, prankishly diverted to the now-familiar footage of Rick Astley being devoured by a pack of London cannibals. Wired Top Stories
- So my parents encouraged me to read, to join the library, to devour books. Times, Sunday Times
- Dead breathe I living breathe, tread dead dust, devour a urinous offal from all dead.
- And further, it seemeth very likely that the inhabitants of the most part of those countries, by which they must have come any other way besides by the north-west, being for the most part anthropophagi, or men-eaters, would have devoured them, slain them, or, at the leastwise, kept them as wonders for the gaze. The North-West Passage
- This recipe will make around six to eight pancakes - but be warned, you may want to double up as they get devoured pretty quickly! The Sun