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Synonyms for hungrily

in the manner of someone who is very hungry


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Immediately a good-sized pie was given to the dog, which devoured it hungrily.
The hyenas stood before the lattice looking hungrily toward Tarzan.
The loaded sleigh had to be humoured among the rough ice, and the dogs sat down and looked hungrily at the seal instead of pulling.
The dogs' meat was taken for human use, and Amoraq fed the team with pieces of old summer skin-tents raked out from under the sleeping-bench, and they howled and howled again, and waked to howl hungrily.
By this time, Master George had arrived at that pass to which even a boy can come (under uncommon circumstances, when he really could not eat another morsel), and, therefore, he was at leisure to notice the pile of woolly heads and glistening eyes which were regarding their operations hungrily from the opposite corner.
Before long, Dowley and I were doing all the talking, the others hungrily listening.
Once, while I was hungrily taking in one of these surprises, and doing my best to get all I possibly could of it while it should last, I was interrupted by a young and care-free voice:
They were awful to see, and the bones about them rattled as they ran, the bladders and the snake-skins floated in the air behind them, their faces shone with the fat of anointing, their eyes started like the eyes of fishes, and their lips twitched hungrily as they glared round the death-ring.
He who had discovered her squatted there looking hungrily up at her.
Bayern started hungrily and were ahead in just eight minutes when Polish striker Lewandowski was allowed time to turn and score after being played onside by a careless Dani Alves ball, before Tolisso headed James Rodriguez's cross home in 37 minutes.
But given all this information, she wrote, "pro-Islamic State channels on Telegram are hungrily sharing updates on their supposed 'brother.
Imarvaluk feels that the sea has been bewitched, changed into a monster that is hungrily eating away at her home.
The plates they're holding are already groaning with vast quantities of food, yet they're still looking hungrily at what's available on the table that they can take away with them.
Of the library, he said: "All through the 1970s, I would go there every Saturday morning and hungrily devour books.
Five wickets fell for just 20 in the last four overs, after which England pursued hungrily.