Examples of vulture in a Sentence
As soon as they learned of his arrest, the media vultures started circling.
noted that the paparazzi are vultures who could not exist without the connivance of the tabloid-buying public
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Obama’s campaign ran attack ads targeting the Ryan budget in 2012, and the budget helped him make his larger case that Romney was a plutocrat and vulture capitalist who would favor the rich at expense of the middle class.
Long live Toys R Us The death of Toys R Us can be blamed on many things: brutal competition from Internet shopping, bad timing, demographic changes and the vulture-like tendencies of private equity.
Operation Wildlife volunteers will exhibit live birds of prey, including eagles, falcons, hawks, owls and a vulture, and will talk about the birds.
As Mark Zuckerberg, embattled C.E.O. of Facebook, has been testifying before Congress this week, the people of the Internet have (predictably) descended like vultures to pick apart his testimony — and his appearance.
Since vultures are known to go after the dead, could this mean the Man in Black, now confirmed to be an older version of William (Jimmi Simpson), isn't long for this world?
On a more high-tech note, the future of wildlife conservation is an electronic vulture egg.
Recently, in a rare occurrence, an albino vulture was treated for rehabilitation.
Horizon Wings is also home to a variety of other raptors, including a Bald Eagle, a Golden Eagle, falcons, hawks, and vultures.
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Origin and Etymology of vulture
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of vulture for English Language Learners
: any one of several large birds that eat dead animals and have a small and featherless head
: a person who tries to take advantage of someone who is in a very bad situation
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