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Word: crave

Definition: desire; want intensely


Sentences Containing 'crave'

"On the eastern shore of our Lake Erie, Don; but--I crave your courtesy--may be, you shall soon hear further of all that.
Be it life or death, we crave only reality.
During the "American Soldier" tour in the fall of 2009, the band featured a 3-song set with Lita Ford performing "Crave", "Patriotic SOB" and "Close My Eyes Forever".
Most commonly my dwelling is the hollow of a cork tree large enough to shelter this miserable body; the herdsmen and goatherds who frequent these mountains, moved by compassion, furnish me with food, leaving it by the wayside or on the rocks, where they think I may perhaps pass and find it; and so, even though I may be then out of my senses, the wants of nature teach me what is required to sustain me, and make me crave it and eager to take it.
The body would heat up (literally) in order to compensate for this “coldness.” But as the body was heated up, the individual might then crave to eat more of the “cold” substance to cool himself, though the effect would only be to trigger more eat.
The site is mainly focused on reviews, news, a gadget blog ('Crave', a name which the main CNET eventually adopted for its own blog) and editorial content from a team of editors, covering consumer electronics and car tech.
Youguys Media released the debut album from The Crave on July 10, 2008.

More Vocab Words

::: winsome - charming (in a childlike way); agreeable; gracious; engaging
::: enterprise - willingness to take new ventures; initiative; business organization; plan (that is difficult or daring); Ex. their latest enterprise to sail round the world in a small boat
::: unfetter - liberate; free from chains; V. unfetter
::: vindicate - clear from blame; free from blame or accusation (with supporting proof); exonerate; substantiate; justify or support; avenge; Ex. vindicate one's client; Ex. vindicate one's claim; CF. vindicator
::: acquiesce - assent; agree passively; comply without protest
::: fulminate - thunder; explode; issue a severe denunciation
::: rancid - having the odor of stale or decomposing fat; rank
::: indifferent - unmoved or unconcerned by; having no interest in; mediocre; neither good nor bad
::: travail - strenuous work; toil; painful labor; labor of childbirth
::: offensive - attacking; insulting; distasteful; V. offend: violate; hurt the feelings of; N. offense: offending; violating of a moral or social code; crime; attack; Ex. first offense