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Synonyms for addiction

love of


  • love of
  • passion for
  • attachment to
  • affection for
  • fondness for
  • zeal for
  • fervour for
  • ardour for

Synonyms for addiction

being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)

an abnormally strong craving

Related Words

(Roman law) a formal award by a magistrate of a thing or person to another person (as the award of a debtor to his creditor)

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Not surprisingly, those who drink five or more cups of coffee per day are the most likely to characterize themselves as Coffee Addicts, with half saying they fall into this category.
This particular product was founded in 2005 when a South African farmer and coffee addict, Carl Pretorius, walked into his kitchen, desperate for an espresso.
Yirgacheffe, Guji and Sidamo are for me the big three regions of Ethiopia that any coffee addict worth their salt should visit.
I am not a coffee addict, but I like a coffee or two during the day," she said.
A hand-crafted blend of super-caffeinated coffee beans and yerba mate, a powerful natural stimulant and antioxidant kept secret by Amazonian shamans for centuries, Meth's intense formula is guaranteed to enhance energy and concentration for coffee addicts, spazzes, and workaholics.
Don't have a lie-in Sleeping in for just half an hour can trigger a headache, particularly in coffee addicts.
The flavor compounds (or their precursors) that coffee lovers pine for, and the caffeine stimulant that coffee addicts crave, start their "journey" by being dissolved--to a greater or lesser extent--in the lively and watery fluid of freshly picked coffee.
Coffee addicts, she suggested, should switch to tea as it contains less caffeine.
There are no nukes in Iran, and I have a bunch of coffee addicts building bomb shelters and buying all the radon detectors, beef jerky, canned beans and bottled water they can get their hands on because I trusted our government when it said there were nukes in Iran.
Aimed at mature audiences, the comedy commercial shows fantasy acts of unusual coffee consumption techniques and is dedicated to coffee addicts and workaholics, as well as lovers of edgy cultural phenomena.
Researchers warned that coffee addicts - such as the couple featured in the 1980s Gold Blend ads - were unlikely to get the same benefits because they might become resistant to its effects.
ALTERNATIVELY, coffee addicts might appreciate a special festive blend of their favourite brew.