edacious

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin edācī (gluttonous, greedy) + -ous (adjectival suffix), from edō (to eat). Etymological twin to esurient (very hungry or greedy).

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edacious (comparative more edacious, superlative most edacious)

  1. Having an insatiable appetite; voracious, ravenous, piggish.

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