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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Fortress saw that, and Fortress went and extended its loan, its sort of vulture loan, to Theranos last year, got the patents as collateral.
If there are no bodies in the street there are no vultures in the air.
High above the airport a dozen vultures ride thermals.
The vulture seemed to have sniffed out a few sulfurous molecules from hundreds of feet overhead.
That means the city that produced great patriots like Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross and Octavius Catto is stuck with a massive monument to vulture capitalism.
For Smith, the vulture house — a two-story home built in 1920 three blocks from the river — could have been turned around far faster under such rules.
The law covers birds as disparate as eagles, red knots, Canada geese and vultures.
The law covers everything from eagles to red knots to Canada geese and vultures.
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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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