cannibal

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cannibal

a. a person who eats the flesh of other human beings
b. (as modifier): cannibal tribes
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Much of the atmosphere of these chapters emanates from the menacing portents of Ahab and the mysterious omens typical in gothic narrative (whether a house in Amityville or a cannibalistically bedecked ship named "destroyer").
In context, then, a carrion-eater, for Bloom, is no mere narrowly pedantic or lifeless interpreter but rather a cannibalistically menacing one.
PACIFIC OVERTURES SWEENEY TODD (1979) (1976) This decidedly odd venture This gruesome tale of a that explores a century of vengeance-mad London Japan's cultural barber and his interfacing with the cannibalistically Western world was further inclined pie-shop proof of Sondheim's paramour was one of ability to musicalize Sondheim's biggest anything.
Eva to Ave, the search for the antidote -- malus to bonus and life from the dead -- surfeit of sanctity cannibalistically changed (hocus-pocus