Lusted [noun]

Definition of Lusted:

appetite, passion

Opposite/Antonyms of Lusted:

Sentence/Example of Lusted:

Militant blood lust, commando cosplay, bright-eyed tourism and family bonding, all wrapped up together in what they decided was a fine way to spend a Wednesday afternoon.

Now Hamilton warned that Burr had no principles at all — just a simple lust for power.

This lust for conquest had been seen before in the species, but only in captive colonies.

However, their lust for glory brought them together again, and Marmont sailed with the Egyptian expedition.

He had lost his lust for fighting, and was soon recalled for not showing sufficient energy.

And she was mad with lust after lying with them whose flesh is as the flesh of asses: and whose issue as the issue of horses.

Some of the sea-ruffians carried their cruelty to insane extremes, for the lust of blood seemed to grow upon them.

Gower relates how Diogenes reproved Alexander for his lust of conquest; Conf.

But I say to you, that whosoever shall look on a woman to lust after her, hath already committed adultery with her in his heart.

His genius had made Rose the victim of its own incessant, inextinguishable lust and impulse to create.