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

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


meaning: appeal for | Genre: Verb

supplicate


meaning: application | Genre: noun

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


meaning: aspiration | Genre: noun

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


meaning: aspire to | Genre: Verb

attempt, pursue, endeavour, seek


meaning: behaviour | Genre: adjective

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


meaning: covet | Genre: Verb

pant


meaning: craving | Genre: noun

eagerness, urge, lust, cupidity, itch, passion


meaning: demand | Genre: noun

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


meaning: devotion | Genre: noun

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


meaning: emotion | Genre: noun

sensibility, gush, outburst, sensitiveness, sentimentality, fire


meaning: expectation | Genre: noun

contemplation, anticipation, verisimilitude, possibility


meaning: feeling | Genre: noun

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


meaning: hunger | Genre: noun

motive


meaning: impulse | Genre: noun

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


meaning: inclination | Genre: noun

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


meaning: long | Genre: adjective

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


meaning: long for | Genre: Verb

languish, pine


meaning: lust | Genre: noun

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


meaning: preference | Genre: noun

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


meaning: pursue | Genre: Verb

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


meaning: rage | Genre: Verb

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


meaning: request | Genre: Verb

solicit, ask for, invite


meaning: want | Genre: noun

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


meaning: want badly | Genre: Verb

covet, drool


meaning: wish | Genre: noun

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


     

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