What is the synonym of Ranivorous?
•Other relevant words: (noun) frog-eating.
Is Showful a word?
adjective. Gaudy, ostentatious, showy.
Is Overflooding a word?
adjective. That overfloods; overflowing.
Is Admittable a word?
adjective Able to be admitted .
What is Ranivorous Hawk?
Frog-eating; subsisting habitually or chiefly upon frogs: as, the marsh-hawk is ranivorous.
What is another word for extremely hungry?
1. Ravenous, ravening, voracious suggest a greediness for food and usually intense hunger. Ravenous implies extreme hunger, or a famished condition: ravenous wild beasts.
What is a showy person called?
(also hifalutin), ostentatious, pretentious.
What does showy mean in Australia?
calling attention; flashy; standing out to the eye, often in such a way that is of low quality or little merit.
Is it overflown or overflowed?
verb (used with object), o·ver·flowed, o·ver·flown, o·ver·flow·ing. to flow over; flood; inundate: The river overflowed several farms. to flow over or beyond (the brim, banks, borders, etc.).
What is the opposite of overflowing?
Antonyms & Near Antonyms for overflowing. down, low.
What does immiscible in court mean?
Definition of admissible 1 : capable of being allowed or conceded : permissible evidence legally admissible in court. 2 : capable or worthy of being admitted admissible to the university.
What is the context clue of Bumbershoot?
Page 4. Riddle Number 1: Answer. A bumbershoot is an umbrella. Context clue: inference.
What are hungry people called?
ferocious, greedy, insatiable, rapacious, voracious, avaricious, covetous, devouring, edacious, empty, famished, gluttonous, grasping, insatiate, omnivorous, predatory, ravening, starved, wolfish.
What does frog in a sock mean?
go off like a frog in a sock depending on context, either to describe erratic behaviour or something that was really good i.e. an event: 1) after getting a high tackle on the field, he was off like a frog in a sock. 2) That party the other night, it went off like a frog in a sock!
What is the past tense of overflow?
overflow Definitions and Synonyms