Etymology
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voracity (n.)

"greediness of appetite, voraciousness," 1520s, from French voracité (14c.) or directly from Latin voracitatem (nominative voracitas) "greediness, ravenousness," from vorax (genitive voracis) "greedy, ravenous, consuming," from vorare "to devour," from PIE *gwor-a-, from root *gwora- "food, devouring."

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Definitions of voracity

voracity (n.)
excessive desire to eat;
Synonyms: edacity / esurience / ravenousness / voraciousness
voracity (n.)
extreme gluttony;
Synonyms: edacity / esurience / rapaciousness / rapacity / voraciousness
From wordnet.princeton.edu