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Definition of prey:

  1. Spoil; plunder; that which is or may be seized by violence in order to be devoured.
  2. To plunder; to seize and devour; to waste gradually; to cause to pine away. Beast of prey, a carnivorous animal.

Common misspellings for prey:

previw, ipray, preety, purbery, preity, pusre, prett, purerly, prer, prrety, prettey, sprew, parek, jeporay, pureafy, peria, pieree, paragh, arey, srry, poorere, preayer, perelli, poretty, ppway, jurey, pery, topray, purety, pree, ppty, varey, prfer, powre, iery, preo, preeme, partey, pwwrwr, parel, pretey, perday, praer, persay, preare, prego, prettty, parety, pizzey, piere, prder, piret, paren, parie, presay, pscy, prauer, ptero, vrey, phero, prme, prek, pres, peary, oprea, preu, purjery, prioe, pruely, peyd, prez, pureee, prper, prief, puero, mreo, prezi, preetty, poery, proerly, prayor, rey, pred, prema, sprea, prkwy, proaly, proety, prity, peror, pryty, porety, hrry, erey, pley, probay, peretty, poria, hopre, pubery.

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Quotes for prey:

  1. I never found either this or the Northern Shrike return to such prey for food. I have seen them alight on the same thorn bush afterwards, but never made any use of this kind of food.
  2. In sleep, you are safe from the revolting mechanics of living and being a prey to outrageous fortune.
  3. It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active.
  4. Experience demands that man is the only animal which devours his own kind, for I can apply no milder term to the general prey of the rich on the poor.
  5. During my life I have seen, known, and lost too much to be the prey of vain dread; and, as for the hope of immortality, I am as weary of that as I am of gods and kings. For my own sake only I write this; and herein I differ from all other writers, past and to come.

Rhymes for prey:

  1. pay, faye, ney, dae, tae, klay, frey, shay, de, trey, lait, nay, pei, nej, che, shea, quai, jay, they, maye, hwe, yay, gway, kaye, sway, grey, stray, flay, sleigh, quay, fay, dey, whey, sze, fe, fray, hey, neigh, way, tay, slay, re, kay, se, play, ca, day, wy, ne, sta, ley, wray, mae, vey, brey, hay, k, may, bray, cray, say, jaye, rae, daye, cay, rey, drey, weigh, mey, tray, bey, fey, clay, ae, haye, ray, saye, graye, j, gray, gaye, mei, lei, waye, dray, khe, spray, bay, pray, wei, lay, yea, blay, raye, stay, brae, wey, paye, ay, jae;
  2. delay, allay, dismay, oj, nisei, essay, jose, sorbet, calais, cliche, cafe, parquet, manet, fillet, away, dossier, mckay, renee, ha, gervais, olay, sergei, astray, ballet, da, purvey, o'shea, millay, array, display, ek, puree, cache, halfway, repay, chalet, monet, buffet, decay, hurray, risque, ole, portray, beret, asay, bouquet, mccrea, moray, abbe, saute, mackay, defray, passe, rene, hooray, convey, prepay, soiree, orsay, survey, valet, ga, levey, croquet, dk, okay, b-j, obey, bombay, mcveigh, today, replay, belay, carre, hervey, cathay, crochet, toupee, delray, souffle, macrae, nikkei, beauvais, betray, filet;
  3. ira, disarray, monterey, perrier, cabaret, fiance, lyonnais, ita, attache, dak, aaa, bta, ekk, jna, overplay, uva, piaget, bouvier, chevrolet, overstay, cea, intraday, bua, monterrey, cabernet, disobey, underway, faberge, underplay;
  4. naivete, foia, noaa, hiaa, communique, cabriolet, asea, ceta;
  5. waga;
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