1 She had wakened the sleeping dogs of old voracious anger in him, anger against the self-willed female.
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2 They are brutally voracious, that is to say, ferocious, not after the fashion of the tyrant, but after the fashion of the tiger.
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3 He flung himself upon the cold meat and bread which were still lying upon the table from his host's supper, and devoured it voraciously.
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4 He walked up to the sideboard, and tearing a piece from the loaf he devoured it voraciously, washing it down with a long draught of water.
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5 She stalked across the littered yard and climbed into the buggy, noticing with grim satisfaction that the men were tearing at the ham and cramming bits into their mouths voraciously.
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