Scavenging vs Vulturous - What's the difference?

scavenging | vulturous |


As a verb scavenging

is .

As a noun scavenging

is the act of searching through refuse for useful material.

As an adjective vulturous is

having the features of a vulture; especially those of being rapacious, greedy, or scavenging.

scavenging

English

Verb

(head)
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • The act of searching through refuse for useful material.
  • Our scavengings at the rubbish dump often yielded items of value.

    vulturous

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Having the features of a vulture; especially those of being rapacious, greedy, or scavenging.
  • :The attorney licked his lips with vulturous delight as he listened to the man's description of neck pain after the accident.