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  • adv. In a cannibalistic manner; in a way that involves cannibalism


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

cannibalistic +‎ -ally


  • They're vicious even before birth; they cannibalistically devour their weaker siblings in utero.

    Fly Fishing for Mako Sharks

  • And by choosing to ham it up in his double reprisal of Hannibal the Cannibal, Hopkins managed to cannibalistically rid his signature role of any fear or Oscar-winning momentum.

    SLACKERJACK – Cursed Winds

  • Metamorphizer in the hope either of its cannibalistically feeding upon itself or becoming so infected with giantism as to blow up and burst -- the failure of the experiment on the Russian steppes was ignored or forgotten by these contributors; building barriers of dryice; and the use of infrared lamps.

    Greener Than You Think

  • Queequeg was George Washington cannibalistically developed.

    Moby-Dick, or, The Whale

  • For one, Google's dominance of search means that each mobile search is -- cannibalistically-speaking -- one less desktop search.


  • Without a steel cage built of state regulation and trade unionism, markets will cannibalistically feed upon their own flesh.

    Organic Consumers Association News Headlines

  • At the same time that they are cannibalistically gorging themselves on each other, major financial institutions seem to be in a desperate contest to see who can waste the most money.


  • The Earth had become completely infested with large, reptilian creatures who preyed on each other cannibalistically. "



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