Thesaurus / man-eating

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The match goes out—irreverently I light many more under her chin, under that heavy, man-eating jaw.
But even as he gloated over his revenge, the words of Bill Dawson came to him, "Hold that man-eating temper of yours."
At the fort we crossed the chasm on the stone debris of an ancient dam, when we began hunting for the man-eating rock.
LOOKING BACKMERRICK ABNER RICHARDSON
When one is not escaping from a man-eating trout one is eluding a vampire bat.
There are even 'man-eating seasons,' as there are in civilized countries hunting seasons.
I had seen dens like these before: the man-eating Bengal tiger at the London Zoo lives in one of them.
THE UNDERDOGF. HOPKINSON SMITH
At one village near which I halted for the night I heard that a man-eating tiger was lurking in the neighbourhood.
The conditions which predispose a tiger to man-eating have been much discussed.
Fight 'em and fight 'em hard, but hold that man-eating temper of yours.
Since Kahuiti, my man-eating friend of Taaoa, was born, the cycle had been completed.