Thesaurus / consume

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Between those who produce the means of life, and those who consume them.

He then treated the second bird in the same manner, and assisted his lady-love to consume it, as well as the remainder of the oil.

The Giant of the NorthR.M. Ballantyne

In the towns or villages where they stop, they begin by requisitioning food and drink, which they consume till intoxicated.

Nor has he a moral right to consume on himself the whole even of his profits.

Though not precisely students, they yet consume the midnight oil—chiefly as a beverage.

And you want fire to come down from those mountains and consume me?

King John of JingaloLaurence Housman

I do not eat to satisfy hunger; hence I consume only a small quantity.

This being done, they all sat down and began to consume our provisions, a large portion of which they quickly devoured.

In the Eastern SeasW.H.G. Kingston

"But it isn't conceivable that I should want London to do anything—unless it might be to consume its own smoke," he observed.

The Market-PlaceHarold Frederic

It seems almost incredible that a people can long exist and consume such large quantities of this active poison.

Due WestMaturin Murray Ballou

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