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Omnivorous Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

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  • feeding on both plants and animals

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Omnivorous Meaning and Definition in Wikipedia

'Omnivores are animals that eat plants and animals. For example, bears are omnivores, they eat plants, berries, fish and hunt smaller animals. Other sentences are:A herbivore and carnivore don't eat both, they only eat plants OR meat '

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  • Nymphomaniac Vol. II: ‘Overflowing with philosophy, digressions, religious visions, sex and even some humor’
    While “Nymphomaniac: Vol. I” largely followed its heroine, Joe (played by Stacy Martin), as she developed her omnivorous sexual appetite and wielded her sexual power with impunity, “Vol. II” is where the bill comes due. Charlotte Gainsbourg, playing the older Joe, dominates this chapter, which follows her unhappy marriage to Jerome (Shia LaBeouf); her loss Read more on this news related to 'Omnivorous'
  • Watch: Video for 'Woe Be Gone,' from Ani DiFranco's New Orleans-made 'Allergic to Water,' out Nov. 4
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  • Not on a Social Network? You’ve Still Got a Privacy Problem
    We already know that if you use an online social network, you give up a serious slice of your privacy thanks to the omnivorous way companies like Google and Facebook gather your personal data. But new academic research offers a glimpse of what these companies may be learning about people who don't use their massive web services. And it's a bit scary. The p Read more on this news related to 'Omnivorous'

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