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Synonym: gluttonousgreedyhoggishpiggishravenousSimilar words: vivaciousloquaciousmendaciouspugnaciousofficiouscapricioussuspicioussubconsciouslyMeaning: [və'reɪʃəs]  adj. 1. excessively greedy and grasping 2. devouring or craving food in great quantities. 
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1 Joseph Smith was a voracious book collector.
2 Her appetite for information was voracious .
3 Kids can have voracious appetites .
4 Pigs are voracious feeders.
5 The voracious shrews and chickadees await them.
6 Academic staff are voracious readers and inveterate talkers.
7 Joe, for example, had a voracious appetite.
8 A voracious appetite, omnivorous, suitable for a bear.
9 Walburga once suppressed the voracious appetite of a child by having her consume three ears of grain.
10 He has a voracious appetite for knowledge about what is happening around every corner in New York City.
11 Voracious consumers of fish, sea lions have been the targets of wrathful fishermen in the San Diego area.
12 A voracious reader, Vea is adamant about the pursuit of writing excellence.
13 I had not expected it, a voracious silence that was capable of sucking oxygen from our common space.
14 Her good readers are voracious and read their weight in books every week, while the slow readers lag behind.
15 Caterpillars are voracious leaf-eaters.
16 As dieting progresses, the feeling hardens into voracious hunger; restlessness gives way to energy-conserving lethargy.
17 Slugs and snails Soft-bodied, voracious molluscs that often shelter by day beneath leaves and plant debris, and feed at night.
18 He was a voracious reader with a compulsion to finish everything he started.
19 Thus a dragonfly and its larva are both voracious eaters of their fellow creatures.
20 It is a reflex born of predation by voracious crabs that nip at the tender tubeworm plumes with their claws.
21 It is a voracious blood-sucker and even 100-200 worms are sufficient to produce death in sheep within a few weeks of infection.
22 It was a dorado or dolphin fish,[] a voracious predator which feeds mostly on flying fish.
23 Children have voracious appetites for authenticity, but in drama we should never intimidate them with factual information.
24 They must take a break from their voracious consumption.
25 TODAY'S business leaders are voracious consumers of management advice.
26 The late James Currie had in common with all comedians a voracious appetite for new material.
27 The socialists were not alone at the banquet of graft, but they had a particularly voracious appetite.
28 Or are the few crabs that we see so voracious that any new recruit stands little chance of survival?
29 Colette works at marshalling our feelings of revulsion at this voracious creature who has almost killed the poor box thorn.
30 Photo Gallery: Great White Sharks So called because of the tiger-like stripes on juveniles, the tiger shark is, like its terrestrial namesake, a voracious hunter.
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