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cannibal

An animal who eats another of the same species. The term has been extended from its original use, which was confined to humans, to include all animals who feed on each other. From Canibales, the Spanish name for the Carib tribe of the West Indies who practised cannibalism.
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As with his last visit, the emphasis is on the 1990s full-band albums (Phantom Blues, Dancing The Blues) and, cannibalistically, the current Shoutin' In Key live disc.
It is ultimately God who is cannibalistically gorging on the bodies of babies in Lamentations, as the poem makes clear in its images of mouth and hand.
Over the years, besides insects, I've seen them cannibalistically eating other frogs, small snakes, mice, rodents and baby turtles.
Writing cannibalistically, I eat Simone Weil, chew her tormented flesh and the substance of her suffering, in order to share this (tainted?