Her lips grew hungrier, her breathing quickened, her body warmer.
His response was hungrier, deeper.
The hungrier people were ... the less likely they were to run away.
The plethora of tasty aromas made Kate hungrier as she waited for her own food.
And then she'd tried to eat chocolate and ended up in the bathroom even weaker and hungrier.
Muscle mass tends to be hungrier than body fat, and people with more muscle mass tend to have quicker metabolisms than those with less lean body mass.
Supremacy in the violent world is short lived as younger, hungrier and more ruthless gangs move in.
Breast milk is digested and assimilated faster than formula, so baby will generally be hungrier in less time than a formula fed infant.
Not sleeping means you are awake more, which means you may become hungrier since you are using up more energy.
An all you can eat buffet restaurant is also available and offers one time visit rates as well as all-day passes for hungrier appetites.
Consequently, you become hungrier even though you just ate, because your body is seeking nutrients.
I was hungrier with this pregnancy, craving jelly beans and anything else that was sweet and chewy.
More muscle means a quicker metabolism, since muscle is hungrier for energy than fat.
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