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Synonyms for pant

gasp

pant for something

Synonyms

  • long for
  • want
  • desire
  • crave for
  • covet
  • yearn for
  • thirst for
  • hunger for
  • pine for
  • hanker after
  • ache for
  • sigh for
  • set your heart on
  • eat your heart out over
  • suspire for

Synonyms for pant

to breathe hard

to utter in a breathless manner

Synonyms

to have a strong longing for

Synonyms for pant

the noise made by a short puff of steam (as from an engine)

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a short labored intake of breath with the mouth open

breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted

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utter while panting, as if out of breath

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Louisans, however, are pantingly eager to take part in events--look how many people travel long distances to get drunk during the Soulard Mardi Gras (the Post story matching zip codes with miscreants was superior) or who battled to find enjoyment during New Year's Eve in Forest Park, an evening when I felt extremely sorry for River City and its great talent for shooting itself in the foot.
In the early morning you may see a man pantingly chased out of the city by another man with a naked sword.
The examples include nouns turned into verbs, such as "turtles passion their voices" and "an arbour was nested"; new nouns coined, such as the "honey-feel of bliss"; new verbs formed by "the process of cutting off their natural tails, the adverbs, and affixing them to their foreheads" as in "the wine out-sparkled" and the "multitude up-followed"; and adverbs and adjectives "separate[d] from the parent stock," as when "a lady 'whispers pantingly and close,' makes 'hushing signs,' and steers her skiff into a 'ripply cove.
But in some circles - mainly of art masochists - this fifth and final installment of Matthew Barney's eight-years-in-the-making, nonlinear extravaganza is the pantingly anticipated bunch o' imagery that finally marries rarefied aesthetics with cutting-edge cinema for three blissfully dithering hours.
To appease such a shameful, sensual hunger, Hopkins' stranger "hies to a pool neighbouring," moving eagerly and pantingly toward a place where he can bathe alone, apart from the childhood pulling and hauling.