And now I perceive that the devourer of Bliss hath taken thee in his net and multiplied thy sorrows upon thy head.
Mightily grew and flourished the Wolf that was to be the devourer of Mani, the Moon.
In the Rmyaṇam it is recorded that the long-tongued witch (Drghaǵihv), the devourer, is killed by Indras.
This annoyed the devourer a little but did not hinder his eating.
After creating things endowed with life, he created Death, the devourer.
It is also called Martiora, which in the Parsian tongue, signifieth a devourer of men.
She was the watch-dog, I was the wolf; and she was prepared to do battle to save her lambs from the devourer.
Gluttony is a prodigal consumer and devourer of the creatures of God.
Bibliophage, or bibliophagist, a book-eater, or devourer of books.
How the devourer would relish the pitch and resin oozing from the juicy bark!