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carrion
used in Babbitt

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Definition
the dead and rotting body of an animal; or (more rarely) animals that eat such flesh
  • As in church he dared not move during the sermon so now he felt that he must seem attentive, though her screeching denunciations flew past him like carrion birds.
    Chapter 26 (62% in)

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