Thesaurus / ravenous

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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.
THE KEYS TO THE FANDOMKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Each of them has raised their IPO price ranges in recent days in anticipation of ravenous market demand.
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.
They were wearied after their long skate around the island and as ravenous as wolves.
RUTH FIELDING AT COLLEGEALICE B. EMERSON
It would be safer here, protecting my comrade, than flaunting in the eyes of the ravenous youth of Oxford.
SIR LUDARTALBOT BAINES REED
Wonderful also was it to find that our appetites were ravenous.
THE POISON BELTARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
And now they draw nigh with increased audacity, their ravenous instincts but strengthened by the check.
THE DEATH SHOTMAYNE REID
Turning its hideous jaws upward, the ravenous creature had literally swallowed hook, line and sinker.
The boys were ravenous enough to take all they could get and pronounce it excellent.
HANS BRINKERMARY MAPES DODGE

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