Definition of vulturous in US English:

vulturous

adjective

  • See vulture

    • ‘I came because you've given into my vulturous elder children when I didn't think you would.’
    • ‘Newspapers' duty is, ultimately, to the many, not the few, and there is no way to conduct a news business without seeming, especially to certain people related to what's being reported, callous or even vulturous.’
    • ‘Alas, vulturous Christmas shoppers had already picked brutally over the carcass of the shelves, and the choice was slim.’

Pronunciation

vulturous

/-CHərəs/