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Origin of cannibal
OTHER WORDS FROM cannibalcan·ni·bal·ly, adverb
Words nearby cannibal
Example sentences from the Web for cannibal
Amirpour's next project is one she bills as a “Texas cannibal love story.”The Punk Behind Iran's Only Vampire Spaghetti Western-Style Love Story|Melissa Leon|November 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fellow cops at the 26th Precinct in upper Manhattan wondered if they really had been working with a cannibal.
The headline: "Three Englishmen Saved From Boiling Pot By Cannibal Chief, Who Was Friend at Oxford."
And cruder devices certainly deepen the effect of a name; Caliban is a rough anagram of “cannibal,” and Cassio contains an “ass.”
The Cannibal Cop may end up being saved by his own sick and shameful words.
They admit that a Feejee cannibal has just the same "mighty and transcendent soul" that they themselves have.Gospel Philosophy|J. H. Ward
I knew that an Irishman could become anything from a poet to a policeman, but I never heard of one becoming a cannibal before.The Whale and the Grasshopper|Seumas O'Brien
The Prince of Taranto, while speaking and acting like a cannibal, was following the inspiration of an atrocious policy.
The dark type, which is black, is of a very low order, and in some of the islands still retains its cannibal habits.
She roasted some meat, a cannibal smelt it, and went to the cave, but found the door fastened.Nights With Uncle Remus|Joel Chandler Harris
British Dictionary definitions for cannibal
- a person who eats the flesh of other human beings
- (as modifier)cannibal tribes