English version

ravening

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
raveningrav‧e‧ning /ˈrævənɪŋ/ adjective literary  HBAravening animals are hungry and dangerous a pack of ravening wolves
Examples from the Corpus
raveninga ravening beastMan then will be without an enemy among men and without fear of ravening beasts.The three ravening bolts of fury launching themselves at him now, presented an entirely more complex problem.The delicious smell was twisting his simple mind into knots of ravening hunger.The salmon had already turned into a ravening wolf, eating at my innards.A ravening wolf in sheep's clothing.
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