predatory[ pred-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF predatory
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREDATORY
His courage might have been predatory, for he certainly liked to eat lobster.
See here, this creature, imperfect as it is, represents the predatory machine.
But you can't take a predatory, savage pirate and love him into decency!
It was the evening before his return to school, and there was a predatory look in his eye.
What remembrances does this imply of the hunt, what of the predatory dark?
We did not come for the purpose of punishing these predatory hordes.
They married and indulged in drinking bouts and predatory expeditions.
The magistrate put an end to its predatory career with a shot-gun.
For, at that time, Leonora appeared to her as a cruel and predatory beast.
Of the bears, and other predatory beasts, she spoke carelessly.