Origin of voracious
Examples from the Web for voraciously
The critics have something of a point: Israelis voraciously consume media that, for the most part, operates uninhibited.
He loved or loathed immediately, and he did both as voraciously as he smoked, spoke and drank.Christopher Hitchens Dies: His Best Writing, Photos, and More||December 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Over about 10 years, Mozart voraciously incorporated different styles and motifs and developed his own voice.
The imprudent colonists ate so voraciously that a fatal disease broke out among them, which raged with the utmost virulence.Hernando Cortez|John S. C. Abbott
So that's why you see me tearing into these red apples so voraciously, Mr. Holmes!The Adventures of the Eleven Cuff-Buttons|James Francis Thierry
Saplin' cast a look of scorn upon Shif'less Sol, but he brought the steak, and Paul ate again, for he was voraciously hungry.The Forest Runners|Joseph A. Altsheler
When Meddings returned with a second box the major and the adjutant seized some biscuits and munched happily and voraciously.Pushed and the Return Push|George Herbert Fosdike Nichols, (AKA Quex)
I need hardly say we eat of it voraciously, for the appetite delighted in any thing like vegetable food.Stray Leaves from an Arctic Journal;|Sherard Osborn
Word Origin for voracious
1630s, formed as an adjectival form of voracity. Related: Voraciously.