rapacious[ ruh-pey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF rapacious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAPACIOUS
This his rapacious miserable master had the meanness to take from him.
On the other hand, the officials were inquisitorial and rapacious.
Every window was open, and from within came sounds of rapacious cleaning.
In the time of nidification the most feeble birds will assault the most rapacious.
What to the rapacious landlord is the widow's last mite but a Fast-Fish?
He was bold and outspoken, rapacious of other men's goods, and as prodigal of his own.
He declared that the rapacious course of the railroads in Georgia had been spoliation.
But by this limitation the Commons were too angry and too rapacious to be bound.
He, too, had become the prey of one of the rapacious monsters of the deep.
When a rapacious bookseller insulted him he knocked him down.