vulturous

adjective
vul·​tur·​ous | \ ˈvəl-chə-rəs How to pronounce vulturous (audio) , ˈvəlch-rəs\

Definition of vulturous

: resembling a vulture especially in rapacity or scavenging habits

First Known Use of vulturous

1623, in the meaning defined above

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