from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who desires, asks, or calls for; one who wishes or craves.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who desires, asks, or wishes.
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- noun One who
desires, asks, or wishes.
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Desiring the better isn't coming from a "desirer".
Thanks senator Al Franken we the voters of CT con not stop him, but at least you did not give him additional time to parade his self fish desirer.
That and the fact that if they overload the system, it might fail and then they can impose that facist state that they so desirer.
A tension exists between the chase and elusion, the object and the desirer, with the passive and the aggressive personalities becoming interchangeable.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, that is very true from a love perspective, when you are not there the love grows stronger, and heart makes more desirer for that person.
My favours are the longing of the lover and the delight of the desirer; for I am goodly of shape, sweet of smile and graceful as the bending willow-wand or the rattan-cane375 or the stalk of the basil-plant; nor is there any can compare with me in loveliness, even as saith one of me,
Ya plus qu'a attendre Raito qui se fait vraiment desirer!!
We take the individual, qua believer and desirer, as we find h/er.
This was the time for acquaintances to mend their rifts, for the desirer to "accidentally" encounter the desired, for commercially minded men to exchange stock suggestions and the odd racing tips, and all the while advertising their most precious asset — their marriageable daughters.
The surgeon in attendance having taken charge of this unfortunate warrior, we rode off to the review where Ney and Eugene were on duty at the head of their respective divisions; and where, by the way, Cambaceres, as the French say, “se faisait desirer.”