Every ninth year the fourteen unfortunate youths and maidens had to be sent from Athens to be devoured by this insatiate beast.
"Historic Tales, vol 10 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
It devours whole quantities of cray-fish, until its stomach becomes crammed to such a degree as to distort the shape of its whole body.
"Popular Adventure Tales" by Mayne Reid
He advances eagerly, grasps her hands, and devours her with his eyes.
"When the Birds Begin to Sing" by Winifred Graham
And as he sowed, some fell by the way-side, and the birds came and devoured them.
"The New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." by Various
Too steep a price by far to pay, to save one wretched little black imp from being devoured by a crocodile, he told himself.
"The Sign of the Spider" by Bertram Mitford
On reaching the cell, it devours the Bee's egg; and its part is played.
"The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles" by Jean Henri Fabre
In her mouth she held the body of a Prairie Chicken, pretty well plucked and partly devoured.
"Wild Animals at Home" by Ernest Thompson Seton
A terrible thirst devoured him.
"Wood Rangers" by Mayne Reid
She devoured him with her eyes.
"The Cryptogram" by James De Mille
Scipio looked at Daoud with an almost human look of surprise, then bent to devour the meat.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
Who to virtue's king and law,
Would not every drunkard draw?
And from sin's devouring maw
Set them nobly free!
"Address To Washingtonians" by John Pierpont
Thrones, Dominions, Virtues, Powers,
Fall from Their Mystic Tree,
And sacrilegious Time devours
"Dominions Of The Boundary" by Bernard O Dowd
Prince I know all things
I know the rosy-cheeked and the pale
I know death who devours all
I know everything but myself.
"Ballade" by Francoise Villon
Now Ben he loved a pretty maid, —
Her name was Nelly Gray;
So he went to pay her his devours,
When he devoured his pay.
"Faithless Nelly Gray" by Thomas Hood
Are sinners now so senseless grown
That they the saints devour?
And never worship at thy throne,
Nor fear thine awful power?
"Psalm 14 part 2" by Isaac Watts
"But who's this hairy youth?" she said;
"He much resembles thee;
The bear devour'd my younger son,
Or sure that son were he."
"Valentine and Ursine" by Anonymous British
After devouring several thousand books there, the man who was cast as the ringleader of the West Memphis Three is out to tell his story.
NPR interns devoured by music-site trolls.
Inferno devoured hundreds of homes.
Every enemy killed, heart devoured and enemy urinated on gives you " dark essence" which can be used to purchase new abilities at "talent shrines".
Dogs dig in to devour Canal Fulton.
Many of us spend days preparing a meal that can be devoured in less than 30 minutes.
It was recently discovered in the location of a devoured lake.
CNYCentral is reporting that sources have confirmed to them that the body of New Haven resident Harold Curran had been partially devoured by his two dogs last August.
This brain-bending SF epic is the type of book that once devoured, demands to be passed on to another unsuspecting reader with a meaningful look and a wistful sigh.
The big-city sports columnist: devoured by TV, negated by the Net.
A devouring sea has frayed the front lines of this old beach resort.
A reputation as a devourer of food sometimes has advantages.
A sun-like star has kept up a youthful appearance by devouring its smaller neighbors.
Greedily plotting to devour your free time .
A large, red snake was mating with another red snake when it began to fight with and eventually devour a green snake.
Thus, a black hole has no structure! It is just pure gravitation devouring anything around, with a special point where all the stuff ends up, and a geometrical (not real) surface acting like a one-way membrane hiding this special singular point from view of external observers.
Black hole entropy: classical and quantum aspects