Hunger [noun]

Definition of Hunger:

appetite for food, other desire

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Sentence/Example of Hunger:

Understanding how the hunger for social contact is produced in the brain might allow a deeper understanding of the role social isolation plays in some illnesses.

Europe has also seen a new level of social activism among soccer stars, with English national team players Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling making tangible gains on issues from childhood hunger to racial equality.

They help us respond to hunger pangs and then tell us when we’ve eaten enough.

In addition to facing high rates of homelessness and hunger, food insecurity in the trans community is also a problem.

If we were able to fix that, so that women were no longer second-class citizens, I think it would impact every other problem that we have — hunger and the environment and war.

It was he who first said, If thine enemy hunger give him food, if he thirst give him drink.

Or, if I escaped these dangers for a day or two, what could I expect but a miserable death of cold and hunger?

Jacob robbed his brother of his birthright by trading on his hunger; Joseph robbed a whole people in the same way.

Hunger had to be satisfied, however, and I had to swallow my pride and my five-pennyworth.

To obtain the necessaries of life they endure cold and hunger in an extraordinary manner.