The correct answer is eat greedily.
B. eat greedily
D. embrace wholeheartedly
The correct answer is (B) To eat greedily; to eat ravenously like a beast; to consume recklessly; to destroy, to engulf or swallow up; to absorb or engross wholly. Also, to take in greedily with the senses (a story, book, beautiful person, beauty, etc.).
Devour comes from Old French devorer, Latin devorare (to swallow whole).
Examples of use:
- In only a few days, she had devoured the dozen books.
- The flames quickly devoured the thatched hut.