Definition of Predaceousness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Predaceousness
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1. Nature Sketches in Temperate America: A Series of Sketches and a Popular by Joseph Lane Hancock (1911)
"... may disarrange the adjustment of the whole interlacing series in a given locality, because of the dependence or predaceousness of one form upon another. ..."
2. The Great News by Charles Ferguson (1915)
"The privileged and ruling class is usually actuated by a fusion of predaceousness and devotion. When the former motive predominates in an extreme degree, ..."
3. Sex and Society: Studies in the Social Psychology of Sex by William Isaac Thomas (1907)
"The struggle for food was so serious a fact, and predaceousness to such a degree the habit of life, that a suspicious, hostile, and hateful state of mind ..."
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