voracity

[ vaw-ras-i-tee, voh-, vuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF voracity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VORACITY

This voracity must be peculiar to the inhabitants of cold countries, said Altamont.

These she produced likewise; and he ate and drank with the voracity of a famished hound.

A candle of yellow wax illuminated this scene of voracity and revery.

He preys only on the smallest quadrupeds, and with all his voracity he is an arrant poltroon.

Indeed, our means of taking them were as simple as their voracity was great.

With some of them this voracity went so far that we had to chain them.

Their ferocity, as well as their voracity, surpasses anything that can be imagined.

Its boldness and voracity, and craving for blood, are more remarkable than its size.

Numerous accounts have been given of the voracity of the pike.

Their voracity is useful for the preservation of the social organism.

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