Devour [verb]

Definition of Devour:

swallow, consume

Opposite/Antonyms of Devour:

Sentence/Example of Devour:

Sure enough, the water spread upward, devouring salts as it went.

Populations across the globe today may devour Starbucks, KFC, and Coca-Cola.

Meanwhile, Krans devoured films like Indiana Jones and The Goonies—tales of explorers and treasure-hunters.

Trader Joe’sThese button-sized cookies are piled into a plastic bucket so they can be devoured by the handful.

The smell of “world-famous” apple pies will still be wafting across New England, and the treats are just as easily devoured at six-foot-spaced outdoor tables.

These different groups are subject to very different rules and regulations, but they all rely on capturing and devouring data about millions of people in America.

The poison is also used to control other “pests,” including invasive red foxes, which devour many threatened animals.

More than 500 hours of video are being uploaded to YouTube per minute and users still can’t get enough, devouring over a billion hours of YouTube content per day.

And it shall devour the mountains, and burn the wilderness, and consume all that is green as with fire.

And thou hast delivered me, according to the multitude of the mercy of thy name, from them that did roar, prepared to devour.