- Electricity crawled along the silhouette of the ravening beast, and its viciously pointed beak glinted and was outlined in a shifting corona of spitting sparks.
- He got savaged, for the umpteenth time, by a horde of ravening Republicans.
- It's a school training day so I am off to Chessington World of Adventures with a ravening horde of birthday-maddened infants.
- Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
- Hung on the walls were beautiful dagger hilts shaped as hawks and dragons, one a ravening wolf with a great diamond clasped in it jaws.
- Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. ~ Matthew 7: 15
- For years Martians were imagined as the stuff of nightmares - bug-eyed monsters, ravening warlords or advanced experimenters on humans.
- The humble person approaches ravening beasts, and when their gaze rests upon him, their wildness is tamed.
- Once we get to dinner time the peace and quiet is shattered by three ravening teenagers all demanding food and demanding it now.
- Unbidden, desire for her rose within, like some ravening beast.
- People who think porn will turn you into a ravening sexual predator are in denial about the fact that 95% of men have watched pornography.
- Watching husbands and wives and children all screaming at each other and acting like a ravening pack of spoiled brats for an hour is pretty unedifying stuff.
- She sees them as ravening beasts that will gnaw holes in the walls and use our credit cards when we aren't looking.
- Some people can turn into ravening beasts under the light of a full moon but they aren't werewolves.
- My infant heart would leap at the sound of the lunch bell, and every day I would fall on that school dinner like a ravening wolf.
- While your legends may beg to differ, we are not mindless, ravening creatures.
- ‘In the evening they came to a water hole,’ one caption read, ‘and there they slaked their ravening thirsts.’
- What's very annoying is that as soon as the meals are brought in the rest of the family become like a pack of ravening wolves and will promptly start begging for them.
- Kipling, Burroughs, H.G. Wells, Arthur Conan Doyle, and many lesser authors penned stories full of animal hides and bare feet, struggles for food and battles with ravening beasts.