Synonyms for scavenger

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There was a juiciness about the deed that might have sickened a scavenger.

Why, they might just as well be thrown into the gutter and carried off in the scavenger's cart.

He is a scavenger, and often gives me fine large sheets of paper.

Not so: if we had only the rain as a scavenger we should be in a sorry plight.

Summon some scavenger to collect the vile remains, and bury them in a dung-hill.

It will do for a beginning—the small end of the wedge of my scavenger's business.

He was on the way back to the Scavenger when the rear tank exploded.

That Ranger's got homing shells that could blow the Scavenger to splinters if we tried it.

An attempt to make a run with the Scavenger might be disastrous.

Just beyond, he could see the sleek silvery lines of the Scavenger.