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Synonyms for prey

quarry

prey on something or someone: hunt

prey on something or someone: worry

Synonyms for prey

one that is made to suffer injury, loss, or death

Synonyms for prey

a person who is the aim of an attack (especially a victim of ridicule or exploitation) by some hostile person or influence

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animal hunted or caught for food

profit from in an exploitatory manner

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prey on or hunt for

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An activist of the Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM) also fell prey to the target killings.
Bishop Henry fell prey to the stereotype of Black as some kind of a 19th century robber baron striding across the faces of the workers.
Or if by marriage you mean the 11-year relationship I had with my late lover, the understanding of how his virtues and his foibles were one, the nursing of his body as it fell prey to AIDS and his mind lapsed into senility, then, again, I am all for marriage.
Finally we have Colgate-Palmolive (NYSE:CL), which also fell prey to an analyst downgrade.
FAISALABAD -- Four passengers fell prey to swindling in Faisalabad during the past 12 hours, and they were shifted to hospitals in an unconscious condition.
Jaccabad -- At least two persons including one woman fell prey of honor killing in village Ali Dost Rind, an area falls in the jurisdiction of Police Station Saddar.
London, Aug 22 (ANI): A Thai beauty, who fell prey to the traffickers in Britain, has to sleep with as many as 600 customers more to pay off her debts.
With such out-of-control appraisal practices, it's no surprise that the CRA fell prey to mismanagement and abuse.
1150 to 1200, residents of the dwellings fell prey to attackers who killed and ate them, theorizes anthropologist Brian R.
It's the story of two children of immigrants, their American dream, and their richly diverse neighborhood in which each fell prey to the brutality of gangs.