Mr. Petit has a learned dissertation on the nature and manners of the anthropophagi.
Besides, the Indians of these regions were not anthropophagi.
Next to those are the Melanchlænæ and the anthropophagi, who roam about upon different tracts of land and live on human flesh.
Among other things, he disputes whether or no the anthropophagi act contrary to nature?
Are they anthropophagi, or are they of a friendly disposition?
And he would have willing undergone any torments, any death, rather than become an anthropophagi.
It is a well-authenticated fact, that the subjects of the Great Macaco are anthropophagi, or cannibals.
Jack had often amused himself at the expense of the anthropophagi, but here he was actually within their grasp.
Next to these are the Melanchænæ and the anthropophagi, who roam about upon different tracts of land and live on human flesh.
I was present at the review of these anthropophagi; for indeed they hardly merited a more civilised title.