synonyms for:

desire

 meaning

hunger

hope, appetite, motive, longing, craving, urge, will

aspiration

mind, hope, request, want, wish

lust

greed, fervour, passion, carnality, pleasure, rage

devotion

rapture, admiration

covet

long, choose, pant, crave, fancy, long for

request

ask, seek, solicit


meaning: anticipation | Genre: noun

assumption, presumption, prediction, foresight, hint, prevision, expectancy, contemplate, hope for, guess, presupposition, prognosis, prescience, forethought, expectation, intend, foreordain, calculate, hypothesis, supposition, future, forecast, suggestion, prudence, anticipate, foresee, conjecture, notion, estimate, ghost, precaution, prospect, propose, await, count on, postulate, calculation, outlook, forehandedness, shadow, mean, design, count


meaning: appeal for | Genre: Verb

supplicate


meaning: application | Genre: Verb

beg, appeal, struggle, requirement, counterclaim, blank, exercise, operation, effect, play, put to use, compacting, effort, suit, call, form, review, document, apply, manipulation, implement, module, converging, beseech, petition, undertaking, occasion, contest, questionnaire, practice, utilisation, utilise, software, compression, ask, trial, demand, claim, duplicate, appliance, paper, employ, employment, spend, procedure, concentration, entreat, motion, venture, requisition, resort, pattern, use, utilization, utilize, program, consolidation


meaning: aspiration | Genre: noun

craving, mind, ambition, appetite, want, longing, hope, enterprise, ardour, wish, energy, request


meaning: aspire to | Genre: Verb

endeavour, seek, attempt, pursue


meaning: behaviour | Genre: adjective

outspoken, considerate, iniquitous, convivial, flourish, exotic, intelligent, severe, lust after, discourteous, loose, humane, merciful, bow, take over, sullen, despise, assured, impolite, puritanical, astute, regretful, well-behaved, treat, comportment, stubborn, tractable, lively, thoughtful, callous, fashion, shameless, slack, friendly, demure, grovel, get, immorality, artless, copy, contemptuous, rigourous, inimical, frank, sound, complaisant, act toward, cantankerous, pertinacious, favourable, active, equitable, cruelly, formality, sharp, unrefined, immodest, fatuous, well-bred, facilitate, bother, munificent, mime, fervent, uncontrolled, confront, ingenuous, sane, excessive, avoid, inclement, tough, inflexible, put up with, pure, mawkish, raw, awake, obtrusive, nerve, idle, contemptible, try, persecute, sustain, demeanour, unpolished, laughing, heavy, violent, testy, amaze, escape from, barbarous, gracious, unjust, abet, decent, tear-jerking, routine, obscene, nonsensical, temerity, parsimonious, abstinent, succeed, alien, exculpation, smiling, expressionless, embittered, legal, overwhelm, genial, observe, commend, dastardly, face, disobedient, unassuming, biting, injure, cheating, tender, informal, nice, wicked, gregarious, swagger, unknown, old, oppressive, begrudge, stern, anxious, good-hearted, affectionate, crawl, imitate, spiteful, anathematise, certain, deport, subtle, discriminating, free, perspicacious, civilised, particular, action, soft, obedient, bustling, sensible, adamant, irregular, impertinent, lax, sympathetic, bashful, surrender, modify, wickedness, spurn, undoubted, unmannerly, prudish, heartless, sincere, penitent, mannerly, look upon, cross, unyielding, kindly, quick, even-handed, hardly, trend, dissolute, riotous, gross, silly, polished, encourage, iniquity, bountiful, impersonate, hasty, barmy, unreserved, reasonable, flashy, cautious, cranky, stalwart, uncompromising, bear, principled, severely, aloof, attentive, obnoxious, lascivious, slothful, ribald, accelerate, perplex, enthusiastic, attitude, crude, irrational, flat, frenzied, peevish, liberal, dodge, barbarian, vehement, shabby, help, humble, maudlin, guileless, vulgar, senseless, impudence, tight, hold up under, sober, act, affectation, exoneration, sparkling, languid, boisterous, acrimonious, stupefy, smooth, inexorable, esteem, blushing, front, bad, unpretentious, dry, depraved, smutty, perilous, familiar, ill, social, boast, foreign, forgiveness, grinding, foolish, rancorous, rightful, dazzle, abrupt, emulate, honour, quarrelsome, scorn, confident, comport oneself, arcane, abuse, bold, clement, civil, delicate, perverted, informative, course, outlandish, sedate, unmerciful, capricious, insolent, careless, benevolent, pitiful, prostrate, arrogate, dour, curse, cocksure, ill-mannered, righteous, indirect, self-righteous, remorseful, respectful, consider, performance, obstinate, dutiful, swarming, experienced, exacting, conformity, licentious, relaxed, nasty, reticent, courtly, alter, depravity, fair, counterfeit, curt, crack, straightforward, judicious, big, behave toward, churlish, strong, obliging, allow, objective, rigourously, style, eager, uncultured, indelicate, lazy, dirty, promote, fuss, open-handed, blind, zealous, rash, dull, wild, prudent, generous, elude, unkind, tenacious, rigid, back, spotless, sentimental, exposed, watchful, showy, audacity, remiss, despicable, strive, carry on, appearance, pardon, shouting, inanimate, tempestuous, touchy, daunt, shun, incisive, admire, lovable, mercenary, further, moderate, cloying, crooked, profane, dangerous, discourtesy, brazen, unceremonious, abstemious, work, strange, amnesty, hard, trifling, ill-natured, legitimate, intimidate, suave, comply, praise, ugly, rudeness, mischievous, deal, satirical, mistreat, dishonourable, amiable, careful, wrong, sociable, strut, different, matured, rough, grudge, cool, agog, compassionate, responsive, abase, appropriate, vicious, anathematize, convinced, perform, pointed, skilful, open-hearted, shrewd, courteous, tactful, manners, stiff, heedful, alert, grown, austere, whimsical, impudent, negligent, gentle, reserved, give in, sway, corruption, plain, ape, imprudent, squeamish, glacial, candid, apologetic, polite, deal with, cynical, firm, beneficent, stirring, disinterested, harshly, custom, lecherous, raucous, immoral, witless, respectable, simplify, pester, magnanimous, burlesque, excited, headlong, crazy, above-board, just, ostentatious, wary, fractious, solid, unbending, indulge, clean, unkindly, frigid, vigilant, obstreperous, sordid, sluggish, disagreeable, aim, harass, look, rude, undiscerning, slow, turbulent, short-tempered, impressive, escape, grim, sweet, thoughtless, uphold, becoming, mushy, habit, coarse, absurd, cheek, niggardly, shoulder, temperate, operate, aspect, allowance, jesting, empty, bitter, lawful, shock, agreeable, follow, venerate, shrinking, assurance, naughty, retiring, sarcastic, corrupt, unfair, mild, easy, indulgent, evil, affable, show off, unfamiliar, indulgence, harsh, frivolous, hostile, deserved, kind, inconsiderate, obey, take up, bad-tempered, abominate, positive, appear, keen, bully, forthright, civilized, discerning, conduct, hospitable, deportment, alive, adult, unrelenting, fanciful, audacious, heedless, good, poor, yield, change, vice, detest, indisputable, uncivil, moral, apt, honest, repentant, refined, approach, actions, resolved, decorous, brisk, impartial, relentless, conventionality, dissipated, disorderly, indecent, coy, cultivated, aid, debauchery, bounteous, mimic, unfriendly, impetuous, mad, open, rational, lavish, safe, complaining, resolute, well-disposed, tolerate, dispassionate, roughly, revere, observant, loud, shameful, inactive, base, bolster, disturb, warm, fervid, unreasonable, listless, stormy, sour, extravagant, evade, fierce, unwavering, unalterable, support, modest, nauseating, blunt, foul, unsound, brass, stingy, grovelling, air, keep up, manner, absolution, cheering, placid, furious, grouchy, astonish, sidestep, bloodthirsty, look up to, cowardly, selfish, endorse, proper, over-emotional, dishonest, scurrilous, reckless, effrontery, forward, unconstrained, ascetic, govern, bizarre, excuse, cruel, stupid, antagonistic, due, awe, short, conform, regard, surly, abhor, sure, seem, humorous, maltreat, underhanded, easygoing


meaning: covet | Genre: Verb

pant


meaning: craving | Genre: noun

lust, cupidity, itch, passion, eagerness, urge


meaning: demand | Genre: Verb

order, summon, instruction, enforce, engagement, bid, ordain, decree, word, determine, assertion, direct, deserve, canon, coerce, prescription, inflict, stipulation, impose, must, behest, instruct, avowal, oblige, bind, law, make, reservation, command, should, direction, decide, asseveration, obligate, be entitled to, injunction, compel, commission, tell, dictate, exact, be obligated, insistence, insist on, challenge, enjoin, necessitate, mandate, constrain, application, call for, ought to, bidding, charge, allegation


meaning: devotion | Genre: noun

admiration, religion, fealty, devoutness, faithfulness, piety, godliness, allegiance, rapture, faith, fidelity, grace, sanctity, loyalty


meaning: emotion | Genre: noun

outburst, sensitiveness, sentimentality, fire, sensibility, gush


meaning: expectation | Genre: noun

verisimilitude, possibility, contemplation, anticipation


meaning: feeling | Genre: adjective

mournful, rapt, relief, ambivalent, mourn, yearning, dig, react, panic, aggrieved, tremulous, trepidation, be anxious, fondness, foreboding, ecstasy, rollicking, ease, tactile, malevolence, perplexity, pity, annoy, perception, irritable, asleep, excitement, be fond of, encouragement, dismay, yearn, need, vomiting, flame, light-hearted, distrust, leniency, ire, opinion, distressing, paralysed, wallop, emotional, depend, indifferent, apprehend, adore, touch, declining, heat, miserable, take pleasure from, mercy, hostility, agitated, abomination, flatulence, disposition, shame, imperturbable, fad, rub, down, mortified, respect, stew, envy, response, glowing, perturbed, blithe, irritation, know, broken hearted, chagrin, credit, raise, nudge, discouraged, bite, gluttony, care, spite, impetuosity, sorry, gladdened, penitence, contrite, repent, contrition, bafflement, call forth, anguish, sorrowful, shy, tension, pressure, quirk, perturbation, pleasure, overjoyed, relaxation, sensorial, lament, disgust, scepticism, take it, blow up, sense, angry, uneasiness, misgiving, like, cheer, alarm, enchantment, crave, nauseous, sharpened, carefree, demurral, feel for, nettle, idea, vexatious, numbed, bang, lean, optimism, terror, devotion, impress, unhealthy, enthusiasm, sad, faltering, charity, animosity, rueful, repugnance, numb, consciousness, rest, emotionless, mode, show affection, merry, small, deference, fume, luxuriate in, seat of passion, flushed, disturbed, wind, temper, experience, devastated, mortification, faint, madness, pet, dejected, prick, need for food, hunger for, ill will, intensity, glad, violence, delighted, sorrow, guilty, sprightly, discomposure, have faith in, awaken, discomfort, distressed, timid, stress, distress, crotchet, liking, doleful, intoxicated, satisfaction, awful, weep, hankering, doubt, endure, anger, hysteria, vexed, require, disquietude, heed, pusillanimity, happiness, miss, sick, pleasing, revenge, suspense, commiserate, madden, emotion, irked, anaesthetised, stimulation, be inclined, solace, dread, ache, move, feeble, infatuation, low, hazard, commiseration, wrath, downhearted, horror, insensate, tingle, passionate, trust, unemotional, falter, adulate, high, infirm, warmth, boil, delight in, heart, ardent, worried, hatred, force, emptiness, temperament, humiliation, unaffected, vogue, stroke, dispirited, smart, reverence, steam, jealousy, soul, infatuated, cheerful, resentment, undergo, troubled, compunction, believe, evoke, pain, disheartened, afraid, have, worry, rivalry, fever, melancholy, exhilarated, repentance, ashamed, grieve, thirst, frustration, stir up, grief, hurt, timorous, apprehension, problem, preference, solicitude, bliss, vivacious, release, sensuous, bewail, rancour, scruple, behave, irritate, impression, indignant, will, thrill, love, comfort, consternation, long, yearn for, queasy, sensory, cheery, quandary, compassion, arouse, estimation, resentful, unfeeling, boot, rely, cold, misdoubt, affection, affect, invalid, fervour, unhappy, hesitation, condolence, fury, upset, antipathy, impassioned, vanity, mood, repose, passionless, vehemence, palpate, hilarious, abashed, homage, sputter, welcome, spirit, burning, concerned, furore, feel, shattered, abashment, weak, raving, handle, depressed, prickle, greed, glow, enviousness, zeal, blissful, expect, gay, lamentation, full of remorse, jolly, guilt, defeat, rouse, agony, grieved, apprehensive, anxiety, disquiet, humour, fear, joy, ecstatic, contentment, sensual, bemoan, hate, hesitancy, get involved, provoke, sensation, pained, lack, affliction, be troubled, be disposed, suspicion, transport, long for, nauseated, sexual, light, dilemma, condole, enrage, sentiment, irritated, benumbed, kick, reassurance, fright, attachment, influence, wan, crush, downcast, disbelief, rue, rage, morose, aversion, deadened, titillation, pathos, confide, apathetic, craze, cherish, elated, rickety, duty, seethe, relish, breast, aroused, uneasy, loathing, impulse, see, tendency, embarrassment, unresponsive, frenzy, pat, blue, sting, hunger, burn, covetousness, empathy, happy, flush, contented, regret, suffer, pleasant, remorse, confide in, excite, suffering, sore, fearful, enjoy, concern, caprice


meaning: hunger | Genre: noun

motive


meaning: impulse | Genre: noun

bent, vagary, proclivity, flash, inspiration, stimulus, thought, inclination, fancy, motivation, whim


meaning: inclination | Genre: noun

weakness, capacity, drift, feeling, tenderness, devices, predisposition, leaning, movement


meaning: long | Genre: adjective

drawn out, extensive, dragging, extended, prolonged, lengthy, attenuated


meaning: long for | Genre: Verb

languish, pine


meaning: lust | Genre: noun

eroticism, licence, carnality, lasciviousness, sensuality, lewdness, wantonness, lechery


meaning: preference | Genre: noun

bias, favor, penchant, favour, discrimination, partiality, patronage, predilection, prejudice


meaning: pursue | Genre: Verb

aspire to, go after, query, track, chase, hound, inquire, trail, quest, hunt


meaning: rage | Genre: Verb

rail at, discredit, yell, storm, depreciate, scream, denounce, disparage, explode, fret, rant, roar, agitation, assail, simmer


meaning: request | Genre: Verb

ask for, invite, solicit


meaning: want | Genre: noun

indigence, insufficiency, destitution, scarcity, inadequacy, penury, dearth, poverty, deficiency, scantiness, privation, meagreness


meaning: want badly | Genre: Verb

covet, drool


meaning: wish | Genre: noun

choice, choose, assume, intention, plea, taste, prefer, appeal for, purpose, entreaty, propensity, embrace, imagine, inform, wont, supplication, discernment, espouse, intent, invocation, volition, adopt, pray, determination, prayer


     

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