Because a foodie is a mouth with a vestigial person attached, one might think so.
Such myths, Manchester argues, may be vestigial in the modern era, but they remain vital to the cohesion of a culture.
Ensembles are of vestigial interest in this new pop culture.
The hand consists of four complete digits, and a vestigial pollex reduced to a short metacarpal.
The first digit is vestigial and the second, third, and fourth are clawed.
These are only a few of the more conspicuous instances of vestigial structures in man.
There are indications of a vestigial second pair of incisors.
The sucking portions of the maxillae are vestigial, but the palps are long and jointed.
Or, on the other hand, may not such faculty be regarded not as vestigial, but as rudimentary?
In the other three families the maxillary palps are vestigial or obsolete.
vestigial ves·tig·i·al (vě-stĭj'ē-əl, -stĭj'əl)
Occurring or persisting as a rudimentary or degenerate structure.