Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hunger.(verb)
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Use "hungers" in a sentence
"But this bright season ended quite as suddenly as it had begun; and when these great "hungers" -- as those veterans were entitled who dealt most freely with the marvellous -- had laid their heads together to produce and confirm another guinea's worth of fiction, the London press would have none of it."
"A refusal to “eat” (seek to possess, control) that for which one hungers is a way of honoring that which is eternally beautiful in the world: “We want to eat all the other objects of desire."
"Thus, to read the letters of Bayard Taylor is to meet a poet who bewails the lack of poetic material in America and who "hungers," as he says, for the romance and beauty of other lands."