Meatatarian vs Meatarian - What's the difference?
Meatatarian is a synonym of meatarian.
As nouns the difference between meatatarian and meatarian
is that meatatarian
is a person who exclusively or predominantly eats meat while meatarian
is (rare) one who eats meat.
A person who exclusively or predominantly eats meat.
Often used popularly or humorously, particularly in opposition to (vegetarianism). In formal usage meatarian is more often used.
(rare) One who eats meat.
* 1977 , Psychonomic Society, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, Volume 10?
* 1984 , M Thomas Starkes, God's commissioned people?
- At the present, it appears that there is support for the notion that vegetarians respond (in a variety of ways) different from meatarians .
* 2004 , Kancha Ilaiah, Buffalo nationalism: a critique of spiritual fascism?
- Finally she divided the Hindu, Muslim, and Christian students into three categories: vegetarians, meatarians , and eggarians.
(rare) A person who only eats meat.
- If India is defined as a nation of productive skills — of tilling land, of cutting crops — its holistic (meatarian and vegetarian) food culture, its symbols of civilization such as the pot, wheel, shoe, sculpture and so on — it belongs to the Adivasis, Dalits and OBCs.
Primarily used to contrast with vegetarian, referring to people who eat meat (in addition to vegetables, not to their exclusion).