How to use Scavenge in a sentence
Thousands of birds regularly scavenge on the site and then fly across the residential areas leaving waste deposits.
According to their research summary, acai demonstrates some ability in laboratory studies to scavenge free radicals.
In urban areas they often scavenge, sometimes from dustbins.
Diet Their natural diet is grain and seeds, but they also scavenge on food discarded on urban streets.
Some tarantulas will occasionally scavenge, and you can offer a small dead minnow or piece of steak.Advertisement
Its prime function is to help scavenge harmful free radicals which are by-products of oxygen metabolism.
But I 've seen pigeons scavenge leftover food on a table outside a cafe when there are people sitting just on the next table.
They are also known to scavenge on refuse dumps, eating most things that they find.
Those species that cannot cling to hanging containers will scavenge for the scraps that fall to the ground.
Smoking Ginkgo's ability to scavenge free radicals means that it will make a substantial difference to the potential damage smoking may present.Advertisement
Joel Lane's Against My Ruins is the tale of two people attempting intimacy as they scavenge through a post holocaust city.
In their efforts to scavenge the tiny morsels of vegetation left in the ground, they have also ingested a lot of sand.
They are permitted to scavenge their surroundings for supplies but at any time outside intruders can attack and try to steal their inventions and supplies.
The major findings from acai berry research demonstrate that in laboratory experiments, chemicals and compounds in the acai berry scavenge free radicals.
When repairing old clothes, scavenge zippers, buttons, and patches from similar garments instead of buying them new.Advertisement
And scavenge the Internet for online coupon codes to receive additional discounts or free shipping on your purchases.