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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Mararv and the rangers swept low over the area for the next 45 minutes, finally spotting an eddy of vultures, which indicated a carcass below.
Spradley has seen similar scattering by vultures at her Texas body farm.
Female alligators are particularly territorial and protective of their young in the summer until about September, Magill said, when raccoons and vultures seek out the eggs.
The most high profile is Etosha National Park, home to around 500 lions, or half the country’s population, as well as birds like ostriches and vultures, elephants, and, of course, cheetahs.
Rescuers miraculously found him by following the circling vultures overhead.
Higher up near the alpine regions, black pine yields to sheer granite and slate peaks, and chamois, ptarmigan, stoat and marmots peer curiously at visitors, while griffon vultures and golden eagles soar overhead.
The pick of their squad is likely to pounced upon by the Premier League vultures with players like captain Jonny Evans already linked with a move away.
In their wake come the predators: lion, cheetah, circling vultures, and at the river crossings, a frothing stew of crocodiles, who pick off the exhausted ones.
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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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