Hungering [adjective]

Definition of Hungering:

deprived of food

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Opposite/Antonyms of Hungering:




Sentence/Example of Hungering:

And here I sit hungering and thirsting till my tongue sticks to the roof of my mouth.

Shelley speaks of the sea as “hungering for calm,” and in this place one learned to understand the phrase.

They were received with long shouts of welcome by the populace, hungering for republican liberty.

A cave mouth, a fire within—he hastened his steps, hungering for warmth, until he stood in the entrance.

All day they hung about the street of the little town, or sat in the parlour of the low–gabled Lion Inn, hungering for news.

And the original first mention would be all you had learned about that dog, after all this waiting and hungering.

I looked at him, longing, craving, hungering for his love as for a flame at which my heart could warm itself.

Must he remain forever under the yoke, to atone for his own existence, hungering after that which other men freely enjoyed?

And so this Rokesmith, greedy and hungering, begins a-creeping on his hands and knees towards the money.

There is a special word in the Tahitian language to signify hungering after fish.