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ravin (s) (noun), ravins (pl)
1. Extreme hunger, voraciousness of appetite: After the drought and the rains, the ravins of the cattle were satisfied when the grass grew green along the river banks.
2. Victims of an attack; captives: The rabbits in the field were the ravins for the hawk cruising overhead.
3. An assault or capturing by violence or force: The ravin of the owl was observed and photographed from the bird blind by the ornithologist, Mr. Hayes.
4. The act of violently seizing something: The ravins of the beasts for blood and slaughter in that area were well-known.
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