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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crave.

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Examples

  • She has an opinion, like all Americans 'have, but to give her the publicity she craves, is just feeding her dilusional ego!

    Palin slams Senate health care vote

  • The word craves companionship and possesses a nesting instinct: the desire to "create a rather larger/mansion filled with spoons and condiments."

    Melissa Broder: The Poet Is a Scarecrow

  • The word craves companionship and possesses a nesting instinct: the desire to "create a rather larger/mansion filled with spoons and condiments."

    Melissa Broder: The Poet Is a Scarecrow

  • Edinburgh '-- this when what one craves is mere pity for one's unmerited sufferings!

    Familiar Letters of William James III

  • The peace, the unity for which he craves is superficially attained; but it takes acuter eyes than his to see that it is attained, not by harmonious intermingling, but by super-position and destruction.

    Married Love: or, Love in Marriage

  • Chávez has always appeared more interested in “liberating” Latin America’s underclass than in actually fretting over the contours of the society that follows — the legacy he craves is that of a hero, not a technocrat.

    The Talented Mr. Chávez

  • Chávez has always appeared more interested in “liberating” Latin America’s underclass than in actually fretting over the contours of the society that follows — the legacy he craves is that of a hero, not a technocrat.

    The Talented Mr. Chávez

  • What my body craves, which is a pretty good indicator of what my body needs.

    Lauren Cahn: "Eating Clean": the Latest Evil Diet Craze

  • It can embody once more what the world still craves from the American idea: hope. "

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • It can embody once more what the world still craves from the American idea: hope. "

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

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