starve


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Synonyms for starve

die from lack of food

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  • die from lack of food
  • die from malnourishment

Synonyms for starve

be hungry

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deprive of food

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have a craving, appetite, or great desire for

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deprive of a necessity and cause suffering

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"How to Starve Cancer" will answer all the burning questions you face when you begin to explore complementary cancer care.
Counsellor and Dr Quigley's psychotherapist Dr Quigley explains his theory in his new book, Starve The Monster: A Powerful Process To Kill Your Addiction Thinking, targeted at professional people who think their substance abuse is getting out of hand.
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If anything, you'd think that nutrients in mulches would help nourish plants, not starve them.
"LET THEM STARVE" (The Wall Street Journal, New York)
I don't care if he stays in hospital, is allowed to go back to prison, starves to death, doesn't starve to death or who he compares himself to or why he thinks we're all obsessed with him.
Nakamura only fed the teen every few days and conspired with Kitamura to starve him to death, the ruling said.
it can repulse whole armies of believers, and starve
Chief Powhatan hoped to starve out the English, and refused to trade any more corn to them.
In actual fact, he was not far off the mark: prisoners were allowed to starve to death in other POW camps, North as well as South, and in any case the medical and sanitary conditions of the day practically guaranteed a huge death toll no matter how humanely they functioned.
Animal ban: Baskerville allowed this calf to starve
Starve-the-beast proponents believe that in order to tame the beast, one needs to starve it, with the beast being an obvious reference to Thomas Hobbes's Leviathan depiction of an out-of-control state apparatus.
Better your odds for success with a fun, honest guide to the publishing industry: Some Writers Deserve To Starve: 31 Brutal Truths About The Publishing Industry provides the insider tips needed, from honing the 'hook' to using agents more effectively.
Bush gave a speech in which he blamed Europe for allowing Africa to starve because of the continent's five-year ban on American imports of genetically modified (GM) foods.
A DIABETIC had to starve himself for almost a week because his operation was cancelled four times.