- desire + -ful (Wiktionary)
“The insects that _most desired_ to become sand-colored became so, and were thus protected, while their less "desireful" brethren were exterminated.”
“And she said, “He is yet more ardently in love and yet more desireful of her than she is of him; and I will so order the affair that he shall be unaware of his case being known to thee; but do not betray thyself, O King.””
“She was alone; she was desireful; she was fearful of the whistling wind.”
“Had he been in expectation of sudden elevation to the headship of the Republic, he could not have toiled more furiously, nor more wisely devoured a week's lesson in a day, a month's lesson in a week, a year's lesson in a month, with all the splendid madness of desireful youth.”
“The shadows darken and passion stirs up my sickness amain, And longing rouses within me the old desireful pain.”
“Ye that are far removed from my desireful sight, Ye that within my heart are sojourners for aye,”
“Will destiny e'er gladden us with union and delight And one desireful one at last with other one unite?”
“He is yet more ardently in love and yet more desireful of her than she of him,' answered Mariyeh; 'and I will so order the matter that he shall be unaware that his case is known to thee; but do not betray thyself, O King.”
“Behold, I am a desireful lover, whom passion and severance have undone.”
“The shadows darken and passion stirs up my sickness amain And longing rouses within me the old desireful pain.”
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