Zoology. any organism that exists by upon other organisms.
a predatory person.
any carnivorous animal
a predatory person or thing
1862, from Latin praedator “plunderer,” from praedari “to rob” (see predation). Originally Predatores (Swainson, 1840) used of insects that ate other insects.
An animal that lives by capturing and eating other animals.
Zoology. any organism that exists by upon other organisms. a predatory person. Contemporary Examples He believes that consuming the spirit on a regular basis gives him the strength of a tiger and the senses of a predator. China Is Brewing Wine From Tiger Bones Brendon Hong July 21, 2014 Shiite militiamen allied with Iran were […]
prelacy; episcopacy. noun government of the Church by prelates; episcopacy
a person whose office it is to perform religious rites, and especially to make sacrificial offerings. a person ordained to the sacerdotal or pastoral office; a member of the clergy; minister. (in hierarchical churches) a member of the clergy of the order next below that of bishop, authorized to carry out the Christian ministry. a […]
the condition or office of a . collectively. Contemporary Examples If you are a man, and therefore a priesthood holder, it takes a council of 15 men to agree on excommunication. Excommunication With a Smile: Mormon Feminist Kicked Out of the Church Emily Shire June 22, 2014 Nobody Knows demonstrates just how far black Mormons […]