Before he knew it, he had more animals on his hands than his snakes could devour.
You get the sense that they want to eat each other, to devour each other.
Readers will be able to devour the second book in the trilogy, The Dead-Tossed Waves, in March 2010.
I am more determined than ever to get into Gaza just so I can sit on the beach and devour this Bedouin feast with my hands.
Or, some of us (many of us), devour 14 in a row with breaks just for bathroom and answering the door for the delivery man.
The robin, for example, has been known to devour two and a half times its weight in earthworms in a single day.
The surface of the river was lashed into surges which threatened to devour them.
Whenever a meal was spread for the king, the Harpies used to descend and devour it.
A lion dwells in the garden, who will spring out and devour you, as he has devoured the rest.
They devour the leaves of forest trees, particularly oaks, and enter the earth to become pup.