It was an irresistible feast for ravenous culture warriors on both sides.
A voracious reader, and a ravenous consumer of all media, Brown has always been able to talk a good game.
Things got so bad that after Congress tore his tax package to shreds, Carter called its tax committees “ravenous wolves.”
Today, as our ravenous offspring turns 2, Ms. Brown sits down and subjects herself to another grilling.
It was like throwing a pack of ravenous dogs a side of raw meat.
Nothing smells as nice as eggs and bacon when you are hungry, and we were ravenous.
At dinner-time he was hungry; at supper-time he was ravenous.
As this was impossible she became like a ravenous wild beast.
And a whole pound would not have been enough for her in her ravenous condition.
The smell of the victuals made me ravenous, and I ate until I could eat no more.
late 14c., "obsessed with plundering, extremely greedy," from Old French ravinos, of people, "rapacious, violent," of water, "swift-flowing," from raviner "to seize," from ravine "violent rush, robbery" (see ravine). Meaning "voracious, very hungry" is from early 15c. Related: Ravenously; ravenousness.