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noun as in scavenger

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There were still bodies in the cornfields and in mud houses being chewed over by vultures.

Nearly as soon as national relevance is sniffed, major conferences begin to circle a lesser-known program and its staff like vultures, poaching coaches and sometimes entire teams.

In the mid-1970s, ZZ Top staged the Worldwide Texas Tour, performing on a Texas-shaped stage home to wagon wheels, corral fences, cactuses and live animals including rattlesnakes, vultures, a longhorn and buffalo.

“It was like vultures swarming the gas pump, just driving around in circles checking all the pumps,” said Alfonso Forte, a clerk at a Circle K north of Charlotte.

We did one, and it’s another instance where we’re just like vultures trying to make a quick buck and profit off a culture we don’t have anything to do with.

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Vulture wrote a helpful-ish explainer about how to make sure you see it.

On Buzzfeed, Vulture, Twitter, and in our hearts, these people are celebrated.

Vulture, too, noticed her “effortless, self-deprecating charm.”

Specifically, it happened on October 15, when the series aired its fifth episode, “The Vulture.”

Vulture Shia LaBeouf responds to Jim Carrey's Golden Globes attack.

Ask the disappointed vulture and the mouth of the muttering earth to tell you, gentlemen passengers!

This, with contemptuous indignation, we fling back into their face, as a scorpion to a vulture.

As the Vulture was of too large a draught to proceed higher, the troops were placed on board the steamers Pluto and Corsair.

Yellow Vulture has seen the taunts calling the red warriors "women with the hearts of deer."

Very few birds probably ascend to a height of two thousand feet in the air, the vulture tribe excepted.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vulture, such as: hyena, magpie, and rat.

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