Ravenous sentence example

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  • As time goes on, your pet will develop a ravenous appetite.
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  • The wolf is a ravenous beast, and thirsts for blood.
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  • After several days without food the tortoise will become ravenous.
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  • It was thick in her mouth, slightly sweet, and made her ravenous.
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  • This allows for normal hunger to arise without excessive cravings or ravenous feelings.
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  • An accidental death finds Seymour hiding the accident so he can feed the dismembered parts to the increasingly ravenous plant.
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  • They are most ravenous feeders, stripping bushes and trees completely of their foliage, and even fruit.
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  • Apart from hordes of ravenous immature fish, brown trout were very, very scarce.
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  • Choosing healthy carbs can help you work and concentrate better on your daily chores without feeling ravenous when meal time comes.
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  • Week by week the slivers taken grown, Each tiny gnaw becomes a ravenous bite.
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  • Hell, he might as well of been raised by vultures and ravenous wolves or even raised by Satan himself.
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  • She ate fast, ravenous for real food after surviving off of scraps at the Black God's house.
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  • By lunchtime we had masses of paper to hand and were all ravenous.
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  • They had no supper but coffee, and the dogs were so ravenous that they were almost devouring each other.
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  • Alex, who was possibly going to join us, turned up later on, and was absolutely ravenous having had nothing to eat.
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  • I started cleating the asparagus bed of weeds too, but was happy to pass that over the Chris, as SB getting ravenous.
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  • Less wisps of straw most gone by dusk Ravenous birds will clean the rest.
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  • With England 's finest to add his ravenous appetite for goals, surely the long wait would soon by over.
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  • I have to deal on a day-to-day basis with this ravenous beast [the Tory press ].
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  • Ravenous, she chose two and started to close the cabinet door, when she saw a small box tucked between the edge of the cabinet and the boxes.
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  • Being often very hungry when he sat down to his meals, he contracted a habit of eating with ravenous greediness.
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  • For Christ commands, Beware of false prophets who come to you in the clothing of sheep, yet inwardly are ravenous wolves !
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  • By 5:00 Dean was ravenous and, as he was on his own for din­ner, stopped at the dining room of a national chain motel for a full meal.
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  • The blaze crackles with a ravenous hunger, consuming the Hyperion with the enthusiasm of flames for vampires.
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  • Suddenly ravenous, she quickened her step despite her dread of meeting one of the elitist mates.
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  • From fecund egg to ravenous caterpillar (larva) to metamorphosing pupa to parental adult, the butterfly's life is profoundly meaningful.
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  • She changed clothes, ravenous.
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