carnivorous[ kahr-niv-er-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF carnivorous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARNIVOROUS
Like most of his kind, he is also carnivorous, and will dine off the carcass of a horse or buffalo.
With the deer, of course, such is not the case, as they are not carnivorous.
They are not carnivorous and therefore must be fed from the labors of man.
It is not carnivorous, and, generally, its disposition is harmless and playful.
The great peterel is as large as the common albatross, and is carnivorous.
The Butterwort (Pinguicula) is another of these carnivorous plants.
I then observed that it had been settling on the dung of some carnivorous animal.
The carnivorous Tortoises have a similar habit, as we shall presently see.
The carnivorous insects were not only peril, but horror unfaceable.
For the most part the species are carnivorous or insectivorous.