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As a 4-year-old, Brad Parks was so ravenous for “The Monster at the End of This Book” that his older brother — facing endless requests to read the story — finally recorded a version on an audio cassette.

According to Flourish Klink, SM ’10, that term describes a community of people who build their own world—lovingly, and also sometimes critically—around whatever piece of pop culture makes them ravenous for more.

Each of them has raised their IPO price ranges in recent days in anticipation of ravenous market demand.

From Quartz

I’ve never been more ravenous for information than while learning about hunting.

For one thing, Shimada says, its ravenous metabolism would need to fundamentally change.

Still, Sailor Moon fans are always ravenous for new content, especially after such a long time away.

It was like throwing a pack of ravenous dogs a side of raw meat.

Many French leaders have been famous for an almost-ravenous sexual appetite.

It was an irresistible feast for ravenous culture warriors on both sides.

Franco, the perpetual and ravenous learner, would get straight A's from any of those teachers.

He rushed with ravenous eagerness at every bait which was offered to his cupidity.

One set of writers described him as the most ravenous of all the plunderers of the poor overtaxed nation.

They forgot that they were ravenous, that their backs ached and that their hands were scratched and torn.

The foam and the fangs and the flowers,The raving and ravenous rage Of a poet as pinion'd in powersAs a condor confined in a cage!

About midnight he awakened and was aware at once of a ravenous hunger.

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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ravenous, such as: ferocious, greedy, insatiable, rapacious, voracious, and avaricious.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.