vulturism

vulturism

(ˈvʌltʃəˌrɪzəm)
n
a greedy character or characteristics resembling a vulture

vulturism

behavior or character typical of a vulture, especially in the figurative sense of being rapacious. — vulturous, adj.
See also: Behavior
behavior or character typical of a vulture, especially in the sense of being rapacious. — vulturous, adj.
See also: Attitudes
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If we want to know the standing of Africa in the world today, we don't even have to go to the question of a seat in the Security Council or the more dramatic acts of military intervention or corporate vulturism, what in my novel, Wizard of the Crow, I have described as "Corpolonialism".
Probably Amiana's decision to seal off the room on the second day is the most forthright symbol of her resistance to the new plays, the "wreathing" and the bare necks, the "adventurous" male pregnancies, and the rhetorical vulturism of grosser if loftier London.