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  • adj. comparative form of hungry: more hungry


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  • Is it possible for an innovator to stay in the lead indefinitely, or is there always a "hungrier" competitor right around the corner?

    The lure of the new

  • I must admit that I didn't get the subtext you mention about the monster being "hungrier" than the characters, but I have to say you're probably on to something.

    "It's about moments"

  • If I claim to value tournament experience, why wouldn't I give Memphis credit for being "hungrier" after two years of chokes?

    Picking Brackets: A 2008 Case Study

  • He hopes CEHE can influence the top colleges and universities, but he also notes that it may be second-tier institutions that are "hungrier" and willing to work harder for the money.

    Alms for the Alma Mater

  • Coach Cory Clouston acknowledged that the Penguins were "hungrier", "more determined" and Top Stories

  • Rosemary says Clarke, a newer agent to the area, seemed "hungrier". - Stuff

  • "the best damn worker in the world," there's an undercurrent of skepticism, a nagging belief that, perhaps, the American worker has gotten a bit too complacent, too soft, and that foreign workers are simply "hungrier" than we are.


  • "There's no reason why we shouldn't be a lot more aggressive and a lot more competitive and a lot more welcoming, and a lot hungrier, quite honestly, as a country."

    White House Aims to Lure More Foreign Investment

  • I've gone out for Glee before — Larsen auditioned for the role of Sam, which went to Chord Overstreet — that made me even hungrier.

    The Glee Project Finalists Sound Off on Christianity, Bad Edits and Ryan Murphy

  • U.S. research shows that when people eat quickly, they consume more calories, enjoy the meal less and feel hungrier an hour later .

    Cutting short lunch time in school may lead to obesity


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