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enjoy

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Synonyms for devour

to eat completely or entirely

to take (food) into the body as nourishment

to do away with completely and destructively

to use up foolishly or needlessly

to be avidly interested in

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Synonyms for devour

destroy completely

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enjoy avidly

eat immoderately

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eat greedily

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DCO Mohsin Shah devoured Rs 6032000, Tehsildar Kaisar Naz Rs 1088000, Aziz Ullah Mehsud Rs 1058000, Asad Ullah Rs 80000 and Mohammad Abbas Rs 80000.
8220;Devoured is a true representation of the talented chefs and restaurants that exist here in Phoenix, as well as a forum to highlight the impact that promoting local talent has on our local economy,” stated Kimber Lanning, founder of Devoured and Local First Arizona, a coalition of Arizona-based businesses.
3 : to destroy as if by eating <The buildings were devoured by flames.
They snatched the bunny from the children's farm and hurled it into the reptile pit where it was quickly devoured.
Yet when Norbert cries out an appeal just before being devoured, the Zlog is startled; he knew that Nipkins tasted good, but he never knew they could talk.
I hungrily devoured it in just over twenty-four hours.
Devoured and fought again-in this desert where traces of the past.
For far too long, New Jersey's quality of life has been under attack by uncontrolled development that has devoured our open space, threatened our water supplies, clogged our roads, and caused overcrowding in our schools," said Assembly Majority Leader Joseph J.
The CHUD decided to spare my life for fear that if he devoured me he might absorb my non-existent super powers.
and is an exchange teacher from England; his every comment is devoured by his female students who watch him carefully, lusting all the while.
Reading Janeane's remarks made me feel a little less alone, and probably saved a big piece of chocolate cake from being devoured.
After all, Saturn (the Roman god of harvests, known as Kronos in Greece) devoured his own children.
If you've ever devoured a delicious wrap from a shop like Wrap Works, with its succulent chicken or grilled vegetables, you might have wished for a freezer full of them.
He really appears to feel himself being devoured from within.
When we both had devoured everything on our plates, our waiter appeared and said, "Did you see those two gentlemen sitting over there earlier?