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Someone who attacks and plunders for gain.
From Latin praedātor, from praedor (“loot, pillage"), from praeda (“booty, spoils, prey").
Latin praedātor pillager from praedārī to plunder predatory
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Rhyn watched her, unmoving, like a predator watches its prey.
She watched Xander like a predator eyeing a newcomer on its turf.
Born a predator, turned into a killer by none other than you.
When being approached by a predator, a skunk has a short reaction time before it sprays.
Darkyn is a poised predator.
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