Noun(1) large black bird with a straight bill and long wedge-shaped tail
Verb(1) obtain or seize by violence(2) prey on or hunt for(3) eat greedily(4) feed greedily
(1) His wide smile grew even more at the thought of the boy with long raven hair.(2) His raven mane was kept short on the sides and in the back.(3) A tension drained out of him at the sight of those tousled raven locks.(4) He had brown hair, not raven black like the two Vals.(5) She had medium length, raven hair, deep purple eyes, and fair skin.(6) His hair was raven black, and swayed lightly in the wind, reaching his shoulders and cut in a slight upward curve.(7) Unfortunately, all he could see was the top of a very familiar head of raven tresses.(8) His hair was black, but its sheen was like a raven 's feather.(9) With an astonished look she walked towards him, black eyes and raven hair surrounding her face.(10) The similarity between a night-heron and a raven is purely vocal.(11) His hair was a raven black, brushed back away from his forehead.(12) At the man's right was another woman with raven locks and a crimson stare.(13) His chocolate-colored eyes darkened, and a wisp of raven hair escaped its gelled hold and fell across his forehead.(14) His long raven hair had been pulled back into a ponytail, revealing light green eyes.(15) His hair was the color of a raven 's wing, and just as shiny.(16) Misa had her long, raven black hair up in a bun, where it was neat.
(1) raven :: toto'ē
1. black ::
2. jet-black ::
3. ebony ::
4. sable ::
5. guttle ::
6. devour ::
7. pig ::
Different Formsraven, ravened, ravens
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