Synonym: consume, destroy, eat, ruin, swallow, waste. Similar words: devote, nervous, in favour of, rendezvous, evolve, revolving, evolution, device. Meaning: [dɪ'vaʊə] v. 1. destroy completely 2. enjoy avidly 3. eat immoderately 4. eat greedily.
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2 A medium-sized dog will devour at least one can of food per day.
3 Devour all on your deadly pyre!
4 The seasons would devour one another.
5 Finally, making a dreadful mess, they devour the fruit.
6 The big fish continued to devour the little ones.
7 The adversary went about seeking whomever he might devour.
8 Merrymakers at this Sachsenhausen festival devour bratwurst, bockwurst,[www.Sentencedict.com] and other sausage delicacies while washing them down with beer.
9 Sometimes they burrow through the cheeks and devour the tongue.'.
10 Not so natural to put her down with a thud and devour her with a kiss.
11 Likewise the ground, the concrete, which did not cleave to devour or entomb him.
12 Shove his face into his own shit, they were learning, and he will devour it, smacking his lips.
13 Hundreds of fans will be in the audience over the next two nights just waiting to devour those lines.
14 The plants grow naturally in impoverished peat bogs, and they devour insects as a source of protein.
15 An exotic beauty, with fire at her heart, a flame that could easily devour an unwary man.
16 They would tear to pieces the wild creatures they met and devour the bloody shreds of flesh.
17 Then the ghoul will rob the corpse of the interred jewellery and devour the newly dead flesh with its sharp fangs.
18 When they reached Crete they were given to the Minotaur to devour.
19 This engrossing spectacle fascinates the predator who may eventually devour the tail(sentencedict.com), although it has little nutritional value.
20 Sudden plagues of these creatures have been occurring over recent years which settle upon living reefs and devour the coral polyps.
21 So the full mouth fell upon the precious ear to devour it?
22 The coyotes and jungle cats in the area rip their prey apart and devour it.
23 But all of the sacred writings say that you will devour the wicked and the unrighteous.
24 Tulane University scientists discovered a strain of clostridia bacteria, dubbed "TU-103, " that can devour old newspapers to produce butanol, a substitute for gasoline.
25 Cheek-bone" and "teeth" represent his enemies as wild beasts ready to devour him.
26 Passing the pangolin around like a football, inquisitive lions spent hours trying to devour the armour-plated creature.
27 They went back and told Jehu, who said, 'This is the word of the Lord that he spoke through his servant Elijah the Tishbite: On the plot of ground at Jezreel dogs will devour Jezebel's flesh.
28 In some developing countries, the costs of treating diabetes alone devour 15% of the entire national budget for health.
29 Any of numerous grasshoppers of the family Acrididae, often migratIng In immense swarms that devour vegetation and crops.
30 I will meet them as a bear that is bereaved of her whelps, and will rend the caul of their heart, and there will I devour them like a lion: the wild beast shall tear them.
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