omnivorous[ om-niv-er-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF omnivorous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OMNIVOROUS
Mr. Gladstone is, of course, a book-collector, as well as an omnivorous reader.
Interest is omnivorous, feeding upon every phase of environment.
However, it is in no way particular, being almost as omnivorous as the hog.
To the credit of insects generally, be it said, they are not omnivorous.
I was an omnivorous reader,and I was specially fond of poetry.
That Robert-Houdin was an omnivorous reader is proven by his own writings.
Not that grunting and omnivorous swine who took the cowl, begat you!
They are the notebooks of an omnivorous but indiscreet and undiscerning reader.
He was an omnivorous reader, and, I gather, a reader of most careful taste.
My experience shows him to be nearly as omnivorous as the myna.