Assailing her at every turn has been her rapacious political rival, Tony Abbott.
The jury found it easier to see her as the rapacious sinner than as the beautiful blue-eyed saint.
Mayberry had no banks, however, as squalid and rapacious as mine.
Along the way, a succession of other rapacious characters flock to the Spindle Gallery.
He cites Alexander Hamilton, who wrote that human beings are “ambitious, vindictive, and rapacious.”
The number of people annually slain by these rapacious tyrants of the woods is almost incredible.
He was bold and outspoken, rapacious of other men's goods, and as prodigal of his own.
Like a flash he darted toward the bait and it disappeared in his rapacious maw.
But by this limitation the Commons were too angry and too rapacious to be bound.
Their tribute was paid through a rapacious agent to a foreign landlord.