Hunger - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- strong desire for something (not food or drink) (syn: thirst)
- have a craving, appetite, or great desire for (syn: crave, lust, starve, thirst)
- be hungry; go without food (syn: famish, starve)
She has been a leader in the fight against world hunger.
One sandwich wasn't enough to satisfy his hunger.
Her students have a genuine hunger for knowledge.
The traveller hungered for his native land.
I've never hungered after power.
Thousands of people are dying from hunger every day.
Try to satisfy your hunger by eating some fruit.
The prisoners are staging a hunger strike.
Hunger is nature's way of telling you to eat.
Hundreds of soldiers died from illness and hunger.
She felt faint from hunger.
Hunger is a cruel fact of nature.
...corporeal cravings such as hunger and thirst...
She has been recognized as a great humanitarian for her efforts to end world hunger.
...those hunger pangs that strike you in the middle of the afternoon...
present participle: hungering
past tense: hungered
past participle: hungered
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