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voracious

Etymology: L, vorax
greedy or gluttonous, with an insatiable appetite.

voracious

(vō-rā′shŭs) [L. vorare, to devour]
Having an insatiable or ravenous appetite.

voracious

said of appetite. See polyphagia.
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However, the story provided inspiration, and with perseverance, I have now enjoyed many similarly rich travels, voraciously consuming all that the operatic world has to offer.
I'm embarrassed now to be onset with these people after so voraciously tweeting about the show for years
At a time when she was reading voraciously, but not getting exactly what she was yearning for, she started to write the kind of story she was searching for.
The results will be consumed -- voraciously, no doubt -- at today's lunch for the many riders who persevere.
In her early 80s, Kalpana spends her time in spiritualism and voraciously reads old classic literature.
In the Coldtowns quarantined vampires and humans co-exist in a sordid, decadent and bloodthirsty world where the 24-hour TV feeds, watched voraciously by the uninfected population, particularly the young, create an atmosphere of self-obsession as predators and prey circle each other endlessly.
When AgRP was either naturally or artificially stimulated in animal models, it caused mice to eat voraciously after conducting a relentless search for food.
The fed mice, which had already consumed their daily meal and otherwise had no interest in food, proceeded to search out and voraciously eat after DREADD stimulation.
If spending contracts for the second month in a row, the US will need consumers to spend voraciously this (holiday shopping) season for the Federal Reserve to seriously consider tapering this year," she said.
Saudi Arabia: The Social Media Culture There are simply too many Saudis around the world who are voraciously utilizing social media.
I have great respect for sound research that helps me improve outcomes for my patients, and I read it voraciously.
I cannot see how we can possibly maintain the growth of GDP in the long term if we continue to consume our planet as voraciously as we are doing," he told MEPs.