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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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103) Kathryn Preyer, Crime, the Criminal Law and Reform in
Preyer believes educational methods should take account of the child's first sensory experiences: the "choleric" (28) child can be "cured" by "rational training," and "children by no means disposed to such abnormal freaks are transformed for the worse" (29) by mistreatment from family members or nurses.
Unos anos mas tarde, en 1889, el fisiologo ingles William Thierry Preyer publicaria en Alemania Die Seele des Kindes, que resumia la observacion del desarrollo de su hijo Axel durante los primeros tres anos de su vida.
26) Robert Preyer, "Robert Browning: A Reading of the Early Narratives," ELH 26 (1959): 531-548; repr.
When Preyer returned, forced his way into his victim's home a second time, and smashed through a window and a door to get to the victim, she was able to defend herself, and shot and killed this violent career criminal.
Panpsiquistas como Ernst Haeckel, William Preyer o Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, sobrepasan los limites del naturalismo para rozar las tesis mas opuestas al fisicalismo, el espiritualismo.
Some coordinators may preyer to use e-filing because it simulates today's tax practice.
Preyer, Gerehard y Georg Peter (2005), Contextualism in Philosophy, Oxford, Reino Unido, Clarendon Press.
He recently retired as director of the Institute of Laboratory Diagnostics at Kaiser Franz Josef Hospital and Preyer Children's Hospital.
Then it passed from Gottfried von Preyer to the collector J.
5) and preyer shal bene reherside and seyde at euery tyme yat (ye) alderman and (ye) bretheren bene togedere (Gilds)
They will face North Carolina's Chase Helpingstine and Parker Preyer today, with a possible semifinal match to follow.
In 1988 he made a version of Medea-based on an unproduced screenplay cowritten by Preyer, and the most harrowing sequence in the movie is the murder of the children: the littlest boy is hung with a tiny noose while his mother looks directly into his eyes.
Realmente era dificil preyer que un extranjero pudiese hablar de cosa tan compleja,--casi innacesible [sic] en sus dos aspectos el tOcnico y el bello, aun para muchos espanoles que se tienen por "buenos aficionados"--, como es la tauromaquia, con esa intuicion, ese conocimiento, ese buen sentido, que constituyen el insospechado valor de La muerte en la tarde.
Backing him was a faultless six-piece backing band including Pat Coil (keyboards), Bernie Chiaravalle (guitar) and the wonderfully versatile Yvette Preyer on drums and vocals.