prey[ prey ]SEE DEFINITION OF prey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREY
The voice, too, when he spoke, was as deep and as fierce as the growl of a beast of prey.
They were not our prey, for they would not rise at a fly, and we knew it.
And yet, we all agree in one object of our being—all prey on each other!
In less than a year after his return to Silsea, he died—a prey to remorse.
Then would the voice especially claim us for its prey, and rend us all to pieces.
Prada again felt worried, a prey to the discomfort of uncertainty.
The reason for this is to be sought in the great abundance of their prey.
If he cannot approach near enough to blow a hole in his prey, he does not fire.
The stork is a bird of prey; it is vigilant, greedy, and catches gudgeons.
The rage of Miss Brewster increased when she did not find her prey where she expected.