Adjective(1) excessively greedy and grasping(2) devouring or craving food in great quantities
(1) I am enormously impressed by the warm welcome you gave me, and by all your questions and your voracious enthusiasm.(2) The titbits his own hunting skill provided were insignificant when set against his voracious appetite, and it was the duty of his parents to make up the difference.(3) He has a voracious appetite for film study, takes detailed notes in meetings and does plenty of technique work on his own.(4) He was a conservationist, a wry observer of human behaviour, a voracious reader, a great storyteller, a fearless reviewer.(5) Harnessing the voracious appetites of microorganisms could potentially provide an economical route to remediate contaminated soils.(6) Moles have a voracious appetite and can eat 70-100 percent of their weight daily.(7) There has, in my opinion, never been an advertising medium with as voracious an appetite for new images and ideas as the internet.(8) Patients chosen for this group were all voracious readers and enjoyed reading either science fiction or fantasy novels.(9) This was my first movie back at work, and I had such a voracious appetite for acting.(10) Working day and night, I had a voracious appetite, perhaps a psychological reaction to the pressure.(11) It seem entirely fitting that his own voracious academic and literary activity should be rooted in a city that takes such an obvious pleasure in all that the mind and body can absorb.(12) With their voracious appetite for stored cereals and nuts, the red flour beetle and its kin cause millions of dollars of damage annually.(13) Mostly, though, she collected books: not as a rare book collector, but rather as the voracious reader she was.(14) This situation is particularly unhappy because I am and always have been a voracious reader, getting through an average of two or more books a week.(15) Clearly, the choreographer's wit and voracious appetite for movement continue to serve her well.(16) As predicted, we got enough judo on Japanese television to sate all but the most voracious appetites.
(1) voracious reader :: хонандаи voracious
1. insatiable ::
2. wolfish ::
1. indifferent ::
Different Formsvoracious, voraciously, voraciousness
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