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hunger

hunger Sentence Examples

  • It was a moment that lay in her stomach like a week-long hunger, regardless of the fact that they had been gone only minutes.

  • Maybe it was hunger or the pleasant company.

  • Her hunger and thirst satisfied, she was getting sleepy again.

  • We're following a hunger and when it's ripe, all common sense and caution fly out the window.

  • Her eyes fell to his frame, and she took him in with hunger and appreciation.

  • Horror and hunger surged through her.

  • She'd never known hunger like this!

  • She collected what she could find and perched in a chair, reading until sundown, when the hunger pangs hit her again.

  • Hunger for him—not just his blood—roared through her.

  • All four growled, hunger in their eyes.

  • It wasn't anger she felt towards him but … hunger.

  • His fangs were long, his eyes burning with more than hunger.

  • She bit his neck gently, not wanting to hurt him despite the strange dream and hunger in her body screaming to be filled.

  • He pulled her into his body, and the intensity of the strange hunger within her expanded.

  • Her hunger became crippling.

  • She tried to turn away, but the smell filled her senses with inhuman hunger and desperation.

  • You will only hunger for me.

  • Hunger roared within her.

  • Deidre caved, unable to take the newfound hunger.

  • The hunger abated, and she dropped her head back to the pillow, satisfied.

  • Her hunger demanded action.

  • This time, the few drops quelled the hunger and her distress.

  • Deidre groaned as the hunger returned.

  • I can control the hunger.

  • Her desire stirred, aided by emotion and hunger for him.

  • She responded to him with raw hunger, no longer timid as she had been when he kissed her the day before.

  • Her own body burned with emotions she couldn't control: love, happiness, and a hunger so deep, she thought she'd die before he sated her.

  • How terrible it must be to hunger for things that belong to someone else – especially when one of those things is your own daughter.

  • Jared's eyes lit up with hunger.

  • She deepened the kiss, and he responded with his own hunger.

  • Katie didn't reply, gaping at a woman in her sixties with enough diamonds to reverse world hunger.

  • At the first taste, she wolfed it and three more pieces down until the edge of her hunger disappeared.

  • He kissed her hard and deep, his intensity making her hunger for him flare even as she tried to suppress it.

  • It was hunger that later returned Dean to reality.

  • Jackson held the goblet, mortified, yet he had never felt such a hunger, nay––lust, as he did for the contents.

  • His rapacious hunger built as his fangs began their descent.

  • He considered fighting the hunger, not wanting to disturb Elisabeth who slept soundly with her head on his chest.

  • Lana yielded without any sign of hesitation, returning his kisses with timidity born of both inexperience and hunger.

  • She returned the kiss, thrilled by his passion and her own mounting hunger.

  • For the first time, she didn't hunger for him after he left.

  • She stared at him, a gnawing feeling beginning in her stomach that had nothing to do with hunger.

  • Maybe they would fill the hunger inside him.

  • She rose to her tiptoes to kiss him, not as she had anyone else, but as she did her mate: with hunger she'd never let herself feel before.

  • Did they die here – from hunger?

  • The hunger in his eyes increased her pulse.

  • Hunger pulsed through Xander.

  • She withdrew, and Xander was shocked to feel the hunger gone after so short a drink.

  • The emotion was stronger than hunger and sorrow.

  • Hunger was in his face.

  • His gaze dropped to her neck, hunger flaring in his eyes.

  • She groaned as hunger and need hit her hard once more, the way it did the last time he bit her.

  • Xander's eyes glowed with hunger, and his fangs were receding in a way not remotely human.

  • The skin around Xander's eye was softened in something other than amusement, the light in his eyes a combination of hunger – and warmth.

  • He kept the pace slow, despite his hunger, and deepened the kiss.

  • Her arms were around his neck, her hunger for him no longer hesitant.

  • Xander drank until the edge of hunger was gone, suspecting the talk they were about to have would force him to find alternate sources for a full meal.

  • Ten days earlier, namely on the 4th of June, Massna had been compelled by hunger to capitulate at Genoa; but the success at Marengo, followed up by that of Macdonald in north Italy, and Moreat~ at Hohenlinden (December 2, 1800), brought the emperor Francis to sue for peace which was finally concluded -.

  • The parliamentary opposition to the impost, which the Left denounced as the tax on hunger, was largely factitious.

  • 6, 1906); Hunger, Zeitschr.

  • They were enduring of toil, hunger, and cold whenever fortune laid it on them, given to hunting and hawking, delighting in the pleasure of horses, and of all the weapons and garb of war.

  • We eat only to appease our hunger, we drink only so much as it is good for temperate persons to do.

  • It is singular that such closely allied species as the domestic dog and the Arctic fox are among the favourite prey of wolves, and, as is well known, children and even full-grown people are not infrequently the objects of their attack when pressed by hunger.

  • Erysichthon (" tearer up of the earth "), son of Triopas or Myrmidon, having cut down the trees in a grove sacred to the goddess, was punished by her with terrible hunger (Callimachus, Hymn to Demeter; Ovid, Metam.

  • Tearing up the soil with the plough is regarded as an invasion of the domain of the earth-mother, punished by the all-devouring hunger for wealth, that increases with increasing produce.

  • So arrogant, however, did the masons become, that the prince bade remove the scaffolding, and all, save Manole, perished of hunger.

  • So all that year not a blade of corn grew on the earth, and men would have died of hunger if Zeus had not persuaded Pluto to let Proserpine go.

  • In 1527 he sailed from Cuba with about 600 men (soon reduced to less than 400), landed (early in 1528) probably at the present site of Pensacola, and for six months remained in the country, he and his men suffering terribly from exposure, hunger and fierce Indian attacks.

  • This practically closed Wellington's operations for the year 1810, his policy now being not to lose men in battle, but to reduce Massena by hunger and distress.

  • In the pursuit, Wellington adhered to his policy of husbanding his troops for future offensive operations, and let sickness and hunger do the work of the sword.

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  • Sir Henry's own principal contribution to the discussion was rather unfortunate, for while insisting on the blessings derived by England from its free-trade policy, he coupled this with the rhetorical admission (at Bolton in 1903) that "12,000,000 British citizens were underfed and on the verge of hunger."

  • 3, 6, poverty of spirit and spiritual hunger, while woes are denounced against the rich and the full (vi.

  • During the summer of 1864 the prisoners suffered greatly from hunger, exposure and disease, and in seven months about a third of them died.

  • Here they were all left to die of hunger.

  • There are deer, called taruco (Cervus antisensis); the viscacha, a large rodent; a species of fox called atoc; and the puma (Felts concolor) and ucumari or black bear with a white muzzle, when driven by hunger, wander into the loftier regions.

  • On leaving he was apprenticed to a civil engineer at Derby, where he acquired " a store of exclusively scientific conceptions," 1 but also experienced the hunger of mind which forced him to look to religion for satisfaction.

  • In 1869 a rice-famine occurred in the southern island, Kiiishiu, and while the cereal was procurable abundantly in the northern provinces, people in the south perished of hunger owing to lack of transport facilities.

  • Of this fact the Germans were well aware, and hence they decided from the first to reduce the place by hunger, calculating that with the extra 150,000 men thrown back upon the fortress, its food supplies could not last very long.

  • 44), a drawing which effects a hunger and thirst for Christ and God (iv.

  • Indeed so severe a stress is laid upon the explicitly Christian life and its specific means, that orthodoxy itself interprets the rebirth by water and spirit, and the eating the flesh and drinking the blood to which entrance into the Kingdom and possession of interior life are here exclusively attached, as often represented by a simple sincere desire and will for spiritual purification and a keen hunger and thirst for God's aid, together with such cultual acts as such souls can know or find, even without any knowledge of the Christian rites.

  • As a single loaf could not satisfy the hunger of many, the rehearsal in these meals of Christ's own action must have been a crowning episode, enhancing their sanctity.

  • They ask: " Lord, ever more give us this bread," and he answers: " I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall not hunger, and he that believeth on me shall never thirst."

  • fames, hunger), extreme and general scarcity of food, causing distress and deaths from starvation among the population of a district or country.

  • the impulse of a beast arising from hunger and sight of prey; on the other hand, complex volition issuing in a voluntary act requiring decision (Entscheidung) or conscious adoption of a motive, with or without choice.

  • a pang of hunger, is no cause of belief beyond itself; and desire, or need of something prospective, e.g.

  • He was besieged in the Snowdon mountains till hunger made him surrender, and conclude the humiliating treaty of Conway (1277).

  • The Bechuanas and all Kaffir tribes believe that death, even at an advanced age, if not from hunger or violence, is due to witchcraft, and blood is required to expiate or avenge it.

  • He inured himself to the vicissitudes of heat and cold, and voluntarily suffered the pains or inconveniences of hunger and thirst, fatigue and sleeplessness.

  • Another nutritious lichen is the " Tripe de Roche " of the arctic regions, consisting of several species of the Gyrophorei, which when boiled is often eaten by the Canadian hunters and Red Indians when pressed by hunger.

  • Mary fled 60 miles from the field of her last battle before she halted at Sanquhar, and for three days of flight, according to her own account, had to sleep on the hard ground, live on oatmeal and sour milk, and fare at night like the owls, in hunger, cold and fear.

  • It was not, however, like most other Latin cities, embodied in the Roman state, but continued in the position of a city in alliance with Rome down to the Social War, when it received the Roman franchise (in 9 0 B.C., probably as one of those cities which had not rebelled or had laid down their arms at once), which in 215 B.C. some of its citizens - who had bravely held Casilinum against Hannibal, and only surrendered when pressed by hunger - had refused to accept.

  • No blood was shed this time; hunger was the weapon on which Alaric relied.

  • "The lion, as with other members of the feline family," the same writer says, "seldom attacks his prey openly, unless compelled by extreme hunger."

  • Ricotti, "no citizens in the cities, neither man nor beast in the fields, all the land forest-clad and wild; one sees no houses, for most of them are burnt, and of nearly all the castles only the walls are visible; of the inhabitants, once so numerous, some have died of the plague or of hunger, some by the sword, and some have fled elsewhere preferring to beg their bread abroad rather than support misery at home which is worse than death."

  • If his questing had been unsuccessful, he appeased the rage of hunger with some scraps of broken meat, and lay down to rest under the piazza of Covent Garden in warm weather, and, in cold weather, as near as he could get to the furnace of a glass house.

  • Cobden spoke some words of condolence, but after a time he looked up and said, "There are thousands of homes in England at this moment where wives, mothers and children are dying of hunger."

  • ~i; of all actions of the moutheating and speaking, likewise ~jj silence and hunger.

  • Throughout three years such a dog failed to learn that the attendant's lifting it from the cage at a certain hour was the preliminary circumstance of the feedinghour; yet it did exhibit hunger, and would refuse further food when a sufficiency had been taken.

  • she expired, and hunger forced her French garrison in Leith, after a gallant and sanguinary defence, to surrender.

  • Of the prisoners an unknown number died of hunger in Durham cathedral, others were sold to slavery in the colonies.

  • Of the guard that defended Holyrood " the gentlemen and the rabble, when they saw all danger over, killed some and put the rest in prison, where many of them died of their wounds and hunger," a parallel to the Dunottar cruelties not usually mentioned by historians (" Balcarres Memoirs ").

  • Twenty-four hours of victuals and twenty-four hours of hunger will be many more hours than we shall need.

  • At any rate, even though we should lack bread, it is better to die of hunger than on the gallows."

  • But he had not gone far when he was led astray by a guide, and after the loss of his entire outfit and several of his men, and intense suffering of the survivors from cold and hunger, he turned southward through the valley of the Rio Grande and then westward through the valley of the Gila into southern California.

  • When the city was forced by hunger to surrender to the Austrians, Pepe and Manin were among those excluded from the amnesty; he again went into exile and died in Turin in 1855.

  • He recalls the mourning in the doomed city; the children dying of hunger in the streets; the prophets deluding the people with vain hopes.

  • Without it life would be impossible, and it is well recognized that death from thirst is more awful than death from hunger.

  • In 1913 he was sentenced to six months' imprisonment for a speech made at the Albert Hall, but was released after some days of hunger strike.

  • It often relieves hunger, by arresting the secretion of gastric j uice and the movements of the stomach and bowel,'* and it frequently upsets digestion from the same cause.

  • There is no doubt that the spread of the practice is connected with the ban imposed in Mohammedan countries on the use of alcoholic beverages, and to some extent with the long religious fasts of the Buddhists, Hindus and Moslems, in which opium is used to allay hunger.

  • They suffered hunger, cold and misery, and were in constant fear of death, till the spring of 1868 when they were relieved by the British troops.

  • It had long been a fundamental principle of Indian government that the sepoy would always be true to his salt - knowing, as Macaulay wrote in 1840, that there was not another state in India which would not, in spite of the most solemn promises, leave him to die of hunger in a ditch as soon as he had ceased to be useful.

  • Hunger, plague, the treachery of his captains and internal discontent at last forced him to surrender (November 1405).

  • He could not, he said, bear even to let the wind blow on her; and now she must suffer cold and hunger; she must beg; she must be beaten; "yet," he added, "I must, I must do it."

  • After 15 months (134-133) he reduced by hunger the6000-8000Numantine soldiers, much as Caesar afterwards reduced Alesia in Gaul.

  • These prisoners do not seem to have felt any of the severer pangs of hunger, for they were not tempted to eat their candles.

  • Thus the object of hunger is not the pleasure of eating but food; hunger is therefore, strictly speaking, no more " interested " than benevolence; granting that the pleasures of the table are an important element in the happiness at which self-love aims, the same at least may be said for the pleasures of love and sympathy.

  • On the one hand, he speaks of moral approbation as derived from " humanity and benevolence," while expressly recognizing, after Butler, that there is a strictly disinterested element in our benevolent impulses (as also in hunger, thirst, love of fame and other passions).

  • The volcanic ash frequently proves extremely harmful, destroying the pastures so that the sheep and cattle die of hunger and disease.

  • The comparison of the will unable to act between two equally balanced motives to an ass dying of hunger between two equal and equidistant bundles of hay is not found in his works, and may have been invented by his opponents to ridicule his determinism.

  • do you not see our hunger?

  • The " hunger and thirst after righteousness " of the sacred Demosthenes, De corona, p. 313, Kai Kat aipow robs TEXovAvous Kai Q,7r0/26TTwv - Kai 7runipOLS.

  • The corpse of Louis XIV., left to servants for disposal, and saluted all along the road to Saint Denis by the curses of a noisy crowd sitting in the cabarets, celebrating his death by drinking more than their fill as a compensation for having suffered too much from hunger during his lifetimesuch was the coarse but sincere epitaph which popular opinion placed on the tomb of the Grand Monarque.

  • Half the people in the kingdom were dying of hunger, while the court was insulting poverty by its luxury and waste; and from 1750 onwards political ferment was everywhere manifest.

  • Provisions, in this Paris which had so often suffered from hunger and thirst, and lacked fire and light, had become cheap and abundant; while trade prospered arid wages ran high.

  • It was a moment that lay in her stomach like a week-long hunger, regardless of the fact that they had been gone only minutes.

  • Maybe it was hunger or the pleasant company.

  • No one spoke for a while as they sliced the edge off their hunger.

  • Her hunger and thirst satisfied, she was getting sleepy again.

  • We're following a hunger and when it's ripe, all common sense and caution fly out the window.

  • Her eyes fell to his frame, and she took him in with hunger and appreciation.

  • You must die first. … an Oracle must be bound … for all eternity … You will never hunger for food nor thirst for water.

  • Horror and hunger surged through her.

  • She'd never known hunger like this!

  • She took it, her insides quaking in anticipation and hunger.

  • She collected what she could find and perched in a chair, reading until sundown, when the hunger pangs hit her again.

  • Hunger for him—not just his blood—roared through her.

  • People stared, women in envy and hunger.

  • All four growled, hunger in their eyes.

  • It wasn't anger she felt towards him but … hunger.

  • His fangs were long, his eyes burning with more than hunger.

  • She bit his neck gently, not wanting to hurt him despite the strange dream and hunger in her body screaming to be filled.

  • She didn't know why, couldn't get control of either her emotions or the hunger in her blood.

  • He pulled her into his body, and the intensity of the strange hunger within her expanded.

  • Her hunger became crippling.

  • She tried to turn away, but the smell filled her senses with inhuman hunger and desperation.

  • You will only hunger for me.

  • Hunger roared within her.

  • Deidre caved, unable to take the newfound hunger.

  • Darkyn played keep away, until she was drowning in heat, desire and the hot hunger that felt like it was going to consume her.

  • The hunger abated, and she dropped her head back to the pillow, satisfied.

  • You need my blood and don't yet understand how to curb the hunger.

  • She felt centered and refreshed this morning, the newfound hunger for the blood of her mate sated for now.

  • Her hunger demanded action.

  • This time, the few drops quelled the hunger and her distress.

  • Deidre groaned as the hunger returned.

  • I can control the hunger.

  • Her desire stirred, aided by emotion and hunger for him.

  • She responded to him with raw hunger, no longer timid as she had been when he kissed her the day before.

  • Her own body burned with emotions she couldn't control: love, happiness, and a hunger so deep, she thought she'd die before he sated her.

  • How terrible it must be to hunger for things that belong to someone else – especially when one of those things is your own daughter.

  • Jared's eyes lit up with hunger.

  • The scent of an Immortal – a female one – made his hunger roar to life.

  • She deepened the kiss, and he responded with his own hunger.

  • The Immortals were vulnerable, and Darkyn's hunger for power and control of the mortal world was not something Gabriel questioned.

  • Katie didn't reply, gaping at a woman in her sixties with enough diamonds to reverse world hunger.

  • At the first taste, she wolfed it and three more pieces down until the edge of her hunger disappeared.

  • He kissed her hard and deep, his intensity making her hunger for him flare even as she tried to suppress it.

  • It was hunger that later returned Dean to reality.

  • Love is a craving hunger while it fills me to satiation like no mortal fare could ever satisfy.

  • Jackson held the goblet, mortified, yet he had never felt such a hunger, nay––lust, as he did for the contents.

  • His rapacious hunger built as his fangs began their descent.

  • He considered fighting the hunger, not wanting to disturb Elisabeth who slept soundly with her head on his chest.

  • Lana yielded without any sign of hesitation, returning his kisses with timidity born of both inexperience and hunger.

  • She returned the kiss, thrilled by his passion and her own mounting hunger.

  • For the first time, she didn't hunger for him after he left.

  • She stared at him, a gnawing feeling beginning in her stomach that had nothing to do with hunger.

  • Maybe they would fill the hunger inside him.

  • She rose to her tiptoes to kiss him, not as she had anyone else, but as she did her mate: with hunger she'd never let herself feel before.

  • Did they die here – from hunger?

  • The hunger in his eyes increased her pulse.

  • Hunger pulsed through Xander.

  • She withdrew, and Xander was shocked to feel the hunger gone after so short a drink.

  • The emotion was stronger than hunger and sorrow.

  • Hunger was in his face.

  • He always fed at night, and hunger made his senses sharper, especially when he was surrounded by so many potential sources of dinner.

  • Desire and hunger, yes, but never the compulsion to be inside a particular woman.

  • If Xander didn't feed now, he was going to go on a rampage and slaughter half the apartment building to slake his hunger.

  • His gaze dropped to her neck, hunger flaring in his eyes.

  • She groaned as hunger and need hit her hard once more, the way it did the last time he bit her.

  • Xander's eyes glowed with hunger, and his fangs were receding in a way not remotely human.

  • The skin around Xander's eye was softened in something other than amusement, the light in his eyes a combination of hunger – and warmth.

  • He kept the pace slow, despite his hunger, and deepened the kiss.

  • Her arms were around his neck, her hunger for him no longer hesitant.

  • Xander drank until the edge of hunger was gone, suspecting the talk they were about to have would force him to find alternate sources for a full meal.

  • The Green Revolution transformed agriculture in a country where hunger is still an issue today.

  • The Art of Hunger undermines and illuminates our accepted notions about literature and throws an unprecendented light on Auster's own richly allusive writings.

  • His hunger becomes an insatiable craving: the more he eats, the more he wants, and the stronger he becomes.

  • I should have known better, but by this time hunger and weariness had so addled my brain that I took his advice.

  • Posted 19:06 06 November 2003 - For the last week, all 5 hunger strikers have been requesting admittance to hospital.

  • There are also reports of a hunger strike by 51 detained afghanis that has since been broken up by the French authorities.

  • alleviation of hunger to the representation of the mother's face.

  • For this reason I am in favor of supporting the research, however we cannot say that biotech can solve world hunger.

  • bravado fuelled by the hunger for market leadership.

  • I heard that the Dutch had been eating the tulip bulbs, hunger is a terrible thing.

  • Two of the men on hunger strike in Harmondsworth are entering coma.

  • detainee on hunger strike.

  • die of hunger.

  • From the apparently disconnected elements of hunger, stick, banana, spare time, the chimp suddenly made a meaningful configuration pattern.

  • He was hungry, and hunger affected his sunny disposition.

  • Help us not to lose hope when overwhelmed by the enormity of poverty, hunger and oppression in your world.

  • Hundreds of thousands have died from hunger or the cholera and typhoid epidemics which have swept the country.

  • faint with hunger on the causeway of a hamlet.

  • Having then reached my normal state, I discovered that I was half famished with hunger.

  • With human wants, kind spirits may become feeble through hunger.

  • first strikethis prison that she went on her first hunger strike and 8 days later was released.

  • fodder crop for cattle and only began being consumed by man during times of hunger.

  • force-feedg to release all the imprisoned suffragettes, the prison authorities force-fed these women on hunger strike.

  • force-feeding prisoners on hunger strike.

  • gnawing hunger in the pit of your tormented soul.

  • We looked a very sorry sight, covered in dirt and grime with hunger gnawing at our bellies.

  • But the other woman, satisfying her first pangs of hunger, was now bent rather low over her macaroni au gratin.

  • halves is an examination of the feasibility of halving world hunger by 2015.

  • The hunger my care health heartland home hospice cover revenge. getting into heard.

  • Yet God has provided us with the capability of producing enough food to eradicate hunger from our planet.

  • They are not motivated by a concern to " feed the world " or to alleviate hunger.

  • Just like Acnan I am here to satisfy the hunger of the Land.

  • This is an examination of the feasibility of halving world hunger by 2015.

  • Will we act to eliminate hunger or will we forsake our credibility through omission?

  • The various other benefits of fasting are that man gets to exercise sacrificing physical comfort and to endure hunger and thirst.

  • hunger at bay for a short while.

  • And some families already weakened by hunger have lost their homes, animals and winter crops to floods.

  • They were replaced by soulless monsters, driven only by an insatiable hunger for human flesh.

  • The blaze crackles with a ravenous hunger, consuming the Hyperion with the enthusiasm of flames for vampires.

  • The spiritual hunger of our time is another factor that needs to be taken into account.

  • With no resources to grow or purchase food, many children suffered from chronic hunger.

  • hunger pangs at bay.

  • hunger strike for periods lasting a few days to several months.

  • hunger striker dies.

  • hunger strike. ') in order not to upset his mission.

  • hunger marches to petition the government.

  • He covered the assassination of Earl Mountbatten and the Ira hunger strikes.

  • hunger for righteousness, not to fill their bellies.

  • hunger for human flesh.

  • hunger strike as a weapon in 1912.

  • Tuesday 19 October 1971 A group of five Northern Ireland Members of Parliament (MPs) began a 48 hour hunger strike against Internment.

  • The day after the betrayal, republican prisoners in Wormwood Scrubs, London declared a new hunger strike.

  • Twelve of the 14 have already started a hunger strike to focus attention on the injustice which is now taking place.

  • Detainees have staged mass hunger strikes and physically resisted their deportations.

  • Health and other problems in detention following the hunger strikes, concern has again been raised about the medical attention received in Centers.

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