Origin of omnivore
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George “The Reaper” Foyet (“Omnivore”) “The Reaper” made for perhaps the most emotionally draining episode of Criminal Minds yet.'Criminal Minds'' 7 Most Crazed Killers: From Human Marionettes to "The Reaper"|Kelsey Meany|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He sat until it was dark and the omnivore resumed its normal activity.
I guess it could be called an omnivore—now that our clothing is handy, it eats that, too.
It didn't wipe out the still more primitive ancestor of the omnivore, because it could adapt to changing conditions.
The interlude with the omnivore provided him with one answer.
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Related formsomnivorous adjective
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An animal whose normal diet includes both plants and animals. Human beings and bears, for instance, are omnivores.