ADJECTIVE
  1. devouring or craving food in great quantities
    a rapacious appetite
    ravenous as wolves
    voracious sharks
    edacious vultures
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How To Use edacious In A Sentence

  • Rodians evolved as hunters, killing much of the wildlife and predacious species on their planet to extinction.
  • The last animals were such accomplished killers that they achieved a level of professionalism rarely seen among predacious beasts.
  • Thus, the predacious larvae do not increase in number as a result of resource dynamics.
  • I had a prof. several semesters ago who constantly spoke of the "edacious deglutition of pig". languagehat.com: ADMINICLE.
  • Is the writerly part of me so insensitive, so edacious, that I while I am struck with sorrow a part of me is looking for ways to express it in writing? posted by Dean at unimaginable
  • edacious vultures
  • After this Hugo, not contented with the tragedy of the edacious murderer, gives us seven pages of his favourite rhetoric in _saccadé_ paragraphs on the general question. A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century
  • I reminded my talented young parishioner and friend that Concord Bridge had long since yielded to the edacious tooth of Time. The Complete Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell
  • a predacious kind of animal--the early geological gangster
  • These flies do not bite or sting humans, and are considered beneficial, as they are predacious on aphids and other insects.
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