Definition of voracity in English:



See voracious

‘Like the shops in museums, commercialism had taken over the church with the same voracity as it had taken over the art world.’
  • ‘But each time the fire seemed to outpace the workmen; the exposure to oxygen actually increased the voracity of the inferno.’
  • ‘The yellow-and-black, bee-sized common wasps are also found in other types of forests but are most concentrated in honeydew beech forest, where, thanks to their voracity, they have largely displaced German wasps.’



/vəˈrasədē/ /vəˈræsədi/