Vorous Words, Quiz #1

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  1. To eat the flesh of horses.
    (a) devorative (b) cepivorous (c) equivorous (d) cancrivorous (e) baccivorous
  2. Eating bees; bee eater.
    (a) erucivorous (b) cepivorous (c) carnivorous (d) apivorous (e) amphivorous
  3. Feeding on iron.
    (a) florivorous (b) ferrivorous (c) forbivorous (d) fucivorous (e) detritivorous
  4. Any flesh-eating predatory organism, such as a bird of prey or insectivorous plants.
    (a) detritivore (b) erucivore (c) calcivore (d) aphidivore (e) carnivore
  5. To eat leaves or leaf eating.
    (a) folivory (b) ferrivory (c) erucivory (d) aphidivory (e) florivory
  6. To eat greedily or voracously.
    (a) erucivore (b) florivore (c) devour (d) forbivore (e) fucivore
  7. Eating or feeding on spiders.
    (a) cancrivorous (b) apivorous (c) algivorous (d) batrachivorous (e) arachnivorous
  8. Feeding on caterpillars.
    (a) devorative (b) cultrivorous (c) exudativorous (d) erucivorous (e) fucivorous
  9. Bottom-feeding water creatures; such as, certain fish.
    (a) arachnivorous (b) amphivorous (c) batrachivorous (d) aurivorous (e) calcivorous
  10. To eat both animal and vegetable food.
    (a) arachnivorous (b) detritivorous (c) frondivorous (d) erucivorous (e) amphivorous

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