carnivore carnivore  /ˈkɑr nɪ ˌvɔr/


  1. (n) a terrestrial or aquatic flesh-eating mammal
  2. (n) any animal that feeds on flesh


  1. We don't advocate that, but at your next carnivore-only dinner party, do try out these bacon-for-dessert recipes, given to PTI by some of the best chefs in the country.
  2. Steven Spielberg's last movie, AI, was set in 2051, in a bipolar world: sleek surfaces and a carnival-carnivore underbelly.
  3. He has been more herbivore than carnivore in debates.


  1. Why ‘I Have Nothing to Hide’ Is the Wrong Way to Think About Surveillance

    The programs of the past (Carnivore, Echelon, and Total Information Awareness) can be characterized as 'proximate surveillance,' in which the government attempted to use technology to directly monitor communication themselves. The programs of this decade (PRISM, Boundless Informant, and FISA orders) mark the transition ...        
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Wired News

  2. Past surveillance programs could predict Prism's path

    Remember Clipper Chip? Carnivore? The current debate over domestic monitoring isn't the first such controversy.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Federal Computer Week

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  1. "I'ma carnivore, you know? I'm not a big fan of PETA. I'ma member of the NRA and whatever I kill, I eat," Lesnar said. "For years, I was surviving on meat and potatoes, and when the greens came by, I just kept passing them."
    on Jan 20, 2010 By: Brock Lesnar Source:

  2. "I have eaten as a total carnivore for 48 years," Stanley told the UK Independent. "I am nearly 72 and I have the same body I did at 30."
    on Jun 22, 2010 By: Owsley Stanley Source: Total Health Breakthroughs

  3. "It's tough for me to say which form I want to pursue, because so many lines from Year of the Carnivore I actually wrote for DNOT," says Lee, who's currently polishing off the screenplay for her next project, a supernatural love story set in...
    on Jun 16, 2010 By: Sook-Yin Lee Source: National Post

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