Definition of ravening in English:

ravening

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Pronunciation: /ˈravənɪŋ
 
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adjective

(Of a ferocious wild animal) extremely hungry and hunting for prey: they turned on each other like ravening wolves
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  • What's very annoying is that as soon as the meals are brought in the rest of the family become like a pack of ravening wolves and will promptly start begging for them.
  • She sees them as ravening beasts that will gnaw holes in the walls and use our credit cards when we aren't looking.
  • Some people can turn into ravening beasts under the light of a full moon but they aren't werewolves.

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