adjective vo·rant \ˈvōrənt, ˈvȯr-\

Definition of vorant


  1. :  shown in the act of devouring a serpent crowned vorant a child — Iain Moncreiffe

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Origin and Etymology of vorant

Latin vorant-, vorans, present participle of vorare to devour

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to criticize severely

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