flesh-eating flesh-eating


  • (adj) (of animals) carnivorous



  1. Like The Night of the Living Dead, it's about a random bunch of people trapped in a shack and beset by flesh-dripping, flesh-eating zombies.
  2. A company in Delaware sells the little fellas not only athlete's foot but also flu, earache, bad breath, ulcer, black death, flesh-eating and so on.
  3. Back in the early cretaceous period, some 120 million years ago, a ferocious, flesh-eating creature roamed Thailand.


  1. Redrum! Scary midnight movies to shine at Curtis Hixon

    A haunted hotel. Flesh-eating zombies. Demonic possession. Finally the city may be onto something in its never ending quest to breathe life into downtown Tampa after dark.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: St. Petersburg Times Blogs

  2. AMS falls victim to zombie attack

    HAMPTON — Life balloons littered the Atlanta Motor Speedway grounds Saturday morning as thousands of runners eventually succumbed to flesh-eating creatures during the Zombie 5K Run.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Henry Daily Herald


  1. "There's a reason why mulesing was introduced in the first place," Mr Burke said. "There is no good animal welfare outcome in a sheep being eaten to death by flesh-eating maggots."
    on Apr 8, 2010 By: Tony Burke Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. "If anything positive came out of the experience, I think he just slowed down a little bit," Karros said. "He learned to appreciate things more than he did before the incident. Let's put it this way: Who gets a flesh-eating disease? Where did...
    on Sep 4, 2009 By: Eric Karros Source: MLB.com

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