consumed

[ kuhn-soom ]SEE DEFINITION OF consumed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSUMED

For my part, unhappily, I'm consumed by a desire to learn and know.

To produce this it is estimated that 225,000 tons of coal and coke were consumed.

The whole task, from first to last, has consumed but a little over an hour.

They live upon the meat, and only disappear when the meat is consumed.

He was lighting a second cigarette—the first not yet a quarter consumed!

She bit off his left front tarsus and consumed the tibia and femur.

It had consumed a sum of money largely in excess of the original estimate.

When the current was all consumed it was necessary to store more in the battery.

His body was then thrown into the fire and consumed to ashes.

He had let himself be devoured by work; work had consumed his brain, consumed his heart, consumed his flesh.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONSUMED

smothered

adjectiveextinguished
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