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- adv. In a ravenous manner; voraciously
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a ravenous manner; with raging voracity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in the manner of someone who is very hungry
Dyson proposed creating forests of “carbon-eating trees,” engineered to suck carbon more ravenously from the air, and to keep it tied up in thick roots that would decay into topsoil, trapping the carbon.
In it, a cop (Steven Weber) saves a grotesquely disfigured young woman (Carrie Fleming) from being murdered, porks her, and abets her in ravenously disemboweling and devouring some cats and people.
But these miniature humans will eventually grow and begin ravenously consuming the Earth’s depleted reserves of aux pairs and psychotherapists.
Roubini is supposedly a notorious "party animal" and he likes the womens a little too "ravenously".
They also contain a satisfying page count that leaves me wanting more, but not necessarily as "ravenously" as I did with comic books.
Adam had been in the Second War; emerged bitter; devoured books "ravenously"; was at work upon a novel: "He had cast off his family.
We took him home and put him in our laundry room, where he ate ravenously, drank a bowl of water, and went to sleep.
The Spanish and Portuguese were at that time rumored to have discovered in the darkest reaches of the equatorial regions cannibals who, I am certain, would not have fallen on her more ravenously than would her own nobles had they been given the slightest encouragement to do so.
I have fed and ravenously, growing in power each time I killed.
Getting over the soreness but still ravenously hungry.
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