Similar words: devout, devour, during, touring, enduring, assuring, conjuring, reassuring. Meaning: [-ərɪŋ] adj. (often followed by `for') ardently or excessively desirous.
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1. The hungry boy was devouring his dinner.
2. She began devouring newspapers when she was only 12.
3. She is driven by a devouring ambition/passion.
4. Rupert, devouring his sandwich with enjoyment, looked at her.
5. The new fighter plane is devouring public funds.
6. Huge rats roamed the streets slaying then devouring their victims.
7. Determined to save face, I kept devouring everything set before me.
8. An eagle, perching on a cactus, was devouring a snake.
9. I took out another sugared doughnut and began devouring it.
10. His mouth moved hungrily, devouring hers, his tongue darting, flickering, suggesting the deeper intimacy to come.
11. He stays up until the early hours devouring the news wires.
12. Devouring all light and hope.
13. He sat by the fire, devouring beef and onions.
14. The icy wind is deliberately devouring the vague night.
15. He is devouring novel after novel.
16. In her mind, it was a female mantis, devouring her mates.
17. Shadowform: Devouring Plague, Shadow Word:Pain, and Vampiric Touch cast in Shadowform deal increased damage percentage equal to the player's chance to get a spell crit on their target.
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18. Fires were devouring the barracks and edging dangerously close to the powder magazine by the time the white flag came fluttering up Sumter's flagstaff, some 34 hours after the bombardment had begun.
19. The corners of the enclosure were ornamented by sculptured funerary lions devouring stags.
20. The bulldozers are getting their teeth sharpened in anticipation of devouring this 90-acre morsel, too.
21. The demand was not limited to the Gothic, however; readers were devouring novels of Romantic Suspense with equal relish.
22. The old grey Allied Bank was decorated with sixteenth-century gargoyles and sculptured animals, some devouring one another.
23. Second, the Orphic prohibition against killing stands in marked contrast to the Titans' devouring Dionysos.
24. This they frequently do, eating into, and more often devouring, the commissions they receive from the issuer.
25. However, this sea star, like many starfish, is capable of devouring these armoured animals.
26. Iain filled me in on the essential details while I was devouring that gargantuan breakfast.
27. At one time Camille and her peers had moved around like soldier ants devouring all in their path.
28. That instinct which is said to restrain other animals from killing and devouring their own species we need not attribute to him.
29. To a certain extent, the deplorable state of manners is just another trendy morsel for public devouring.
30. In early 2001 an unprecedented flock of 500 waxwings spent four winter months devouring cotoneaster berries in Belfast's city parks and housing estates.
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