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voracious

(vō-rā′shŭs) [L. vorare, to devour]
Having an insatiable or ravenous appetite.
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The clich of "buying low and selling high" resonates, but over the last two decades, experience tells me that voracity and fear drive us to hold on to good performing investments and sell those that are down.
"One has to question the voracity of what they're saying.
The species is included in the Spanish Catalog of Invasive Alien Species and , due to its large size, voracity and reproductive capacity, it is considered one of the most dangerous.
Today, we are experiencing a global digital transformation that is accelerating with greater speed and voracity than ever before.
Extension services helped farmers to improve productivity in the 1970s so much that the economy grew at more than seven per cent, with virtually all of the growth coming from agriculture.Third is the rising level of voracity and lack of values where fellow Kenyans are importing harmful products and selling counterfeits to their own folks without regard to humanity and local produce.
Here, the chapter shifts from surveying the soucouyant trope in folklore and novels to discussing the soucouyant as a racial metaphor, as inspiration for the flying Africans myth, and as a sign of women's sexual voracity. After this somewhat confusing transition, Anatol circles back to the premise of the chapter as identified in the title and discusses the soucouyant figure in Calypso music.
One can appreciate the voracity with which the Federation and its federating units are trying to reap the benefits that membership of SCO and CPEC contain.
His psyche is infused with its imperial voracity, and the pains of its defeats and besiegement through the centuries.
The escalating voracity of freight looting -- the theft of goods off the back of fleet vehicles, sometimes while moving -- was highlighted in a recent Carte Blanche insert.
The Wormwoods' revulsion at their daughter's reading voracity reflects the current epidemic of smart-shaming in our midst.
These destructive situations have their origin in the dominant world order, which in its voracity, overstated by profit and appropriation of the common goods, generates violence, promotes inequalities, and destroys Mother Earth."
"The fact that I've served half a century of hostile captivity, which I shall die in, testifies to the voracity of my predictions and the absence of any regrets," he told Druker.