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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As Dowden approached their location, one of the vultures flew away.
Within an hour, our fingers were grease-slicked and the rotisserie chicken was gone, its bones picked over as if a swarm of vultures had descended on a dead hyena in the Serengeti.
Conveniently for culture vultures, the hotel and the museum are in the same edifice, a former grain silo on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the city’s harbor.
And, believe me, the vultures were circling Tyler Ulis every AAU season.
About 10,000 animals die in the river every year, but their plight is essential to the ecosystem, providing food for the crocs, vultures, and fish, as well as nutrients for the river.
Vulture has reached out to Kelly’s reps for comment.
The cave complex has yielded a wealth of prehistoric carvings and musical instruments, such as flutes made from vulture bone.
Vulture may come back Vulture lives to see another day at the end of Homecoming.
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Origin and Etymology of vulture
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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: 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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