archwaeth, chwant, harchwaeth, archwaethau, chwantau, harchwaethau
Noun(1) a feeling of craving something
(1) they suffered from loss of appetite(2) Ever longed for that in-between meals treat, but don't want to ruin a healthy appetite for punk rock?(3) It was delicious and just enough to satisfy my appetite while not being too filling.(4) If television is anything to go by, there seems to be a huge appetite for shows about the love lives of rich New Yorkers.(5) There is an appetite for a balance between both strong leadership and a democratic system.(6) In Scotland this appetite for debate is as strong as elsewhere in Britain.(7) He had a great appetite for working on the land and was in ready demand around the locality.(8) Perhaps then their appetite for loud and highly dangerous explosions would be satisfied.(9) Did the film whet your appetite for another long, epic story of love, loyalty and bloody warfare?(10) As a taster of what's to come, this comes close to completely satisfying the appetite .(11) His positioning was faultless and his appetite for pain and mayhem truly awesome.(12) He had an immense appetite for life and loved gadgetry of all sorts, especially cars and boats.(13) Ironically, Australians love to watch sport but they are losing their appetite to play it.(14) he has a healthy appetite(15) The strong appetite for a piece of Ireland was often shallow, faddish and dishonest.(16) an unquenchable appetite for life
(1) good appetite :: archwaith dda
1. hunger ::
2. craving ::
3. appetence ::
Different Formsappetite, appetites
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