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Synonyms for desirous

having or expressing desire for something

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In Fergus's burgeoning relationship with Dil, The Crying Game thus conveys a sense that Fergus seeks to desirously "get back" to Jody, while simultaneously, he also vicariously lives as Jody, an attempt to perform, or embody, Jody's self.
He said that document of President Al-Bashir will be studied and dealt with desirously by the institutions of the Democratic Unionist Party (the Origin) for achieving national accord all over Sudan.
Yes, shopaholics will be satisfied too -- and mayhap enthralled that the garments they so desirously covet began life as the thinnest, most unassuming-looking thread.
Prince Siddhartha in the prime of his youth, he comfortably left and simply renounced all wealth, treasures and facilities which ordinary people desirously pursue to multiply and accumulate with insatiable desire and voracity.
someone appreciatively or desirously in a public place, such as a
(3) This is perhaps surprising, given the outwardly subversive message embodied by the Bhagavata's gopis, married women who recklessly abandon their husbands and children and dharma, and rush desirously to the forest for an erotic, adulterous encounter with Krsna.
Verbal and visual media interact desirously or frictionally, producing the energeia that marks Byatt's style.