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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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Two hours later, Preyer broke through the basement window.
Preyer and Richardson nonetheless persisted in their efforts to get Carter to commit to an official policy limiting executive privilege to presidential use only.
Richardson Preyer, a North Carolina Democrat, who had substantial holdings in a major R&D-intensive pharmaceutical company, Richardson-Merrell, was defeated in the 1980 election.
41-65; Robert Preyer, "Sydney Dobell and the Victorian Epic" (UTQ 30 [January 1961]: 163-178); Mark A.
The intellectuals who were most critical of or opposed to the developing capitalist market include names such as Karl Marx, Matthew Arnold, Georg Lukacs, Hans Preyer, and Herbert Marcuse.
Brenda Preyer and Amanda Lillie cover architecture and family identity; the former notes the deliberate replication of the materials and design of older palaces in their subsequent redesign and reconstruction, and the latter shows how important was memory of place, bordering on nostalgia, in the preservation and maintenance of family identity; a memory of place whose power often transcended the physical buildings themselves.
L Pratesi, Giovanni Giuseppe: L Presano, Rita: L Preyer, Gottfried von: L Prinsep, Valentine Cameron: L Proch, Heinrich: L MS Prochazka, Rudolf: L Proctor, Anne B.
Returning to review the work of our earliest Justices - Casto's project - is also the project of several other notable scholars of legal and constitutional history, including, among others, Maeva Marcus (and her crew who are now producing the multi-volume Documentary History of the earliest Justices), Wythe Holt, Herbert Johnson, George Haskins, and Kathryn Preyer, all of whom have clearly influenced and been of great use to Casto.
A superb 1867 still life by the German artist Johann Wilhelm Preyer, estimated at $50,000-80,000, is already generating considerable interest from overseas.
Dobell's aesthetic is discussed at length by Robert Preyer, "Sydney Dobell and the Victorian Epic," UTQ 30 (1962): 163-179.
Small in scale but occupying a prime corner site in the middle of Alberti territory, the sobriety of the facade (intonaco with stone window surrounds and corner bugnati instead of the showy stone rustication made popular by the Medici) signals, as Preyer suggests, a desire to avoid the hostility of neighbors.
Preyer was placed in a restraint chair near his isolation cell, where the officers ended up shooting him numerous times with a Taser gun.
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Adrian Corman, Norris Preyer Department of Physics College of Charleston
CONTACT: Rich Preyer, Executive Vice President, Treasurer,