Meaning of rapaciousness in English:


Pronunciation /rəˈpeɪʃəsnəs/


See rapacious

‘Both stories exemplify the rapaciousness that is the norm in our money-obsessed culture.’
  • ‘His narrative is one of unmitigated Spanish rapaciousness and violence and Indian innocence and moral purity.’
  • ‘So you'd think it would be sheltered from their rapaciousness.’
  • ‘Unless there is some liability cap on the rapaciousness of these individuals, the drug companies cannot prudently go forward.’
  • ‘Are the legends of their rapaciousness quite fair?’