Third-person singular simple present indicative form of prey.(verb)
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Use "preys" in a sentence
"Either way, he is a prosperity preacher who preys on the black community and shames the legacy of the civil rights movement."
"Sharon Angle, Republican Tea Party nominee for United States Senate in Nevada, preys on the apocalyptic every time she calls for "Second Amendment remedies" -- i.e., the taking up of arms against the federal government."
"He is the perfect "champagne socialist," as they're now calling him, who preys on the weak—for who is less defended and more at the mercy of the world than a 32-year-old hotel maid, a widow, a West African immigrant working to support herself and her daughter?"