craved : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v have a craving, appetite, or great desire for
- v plead or ask for earnestly
- s wanted intensely
the child could no longer resist taking one of the craved cookies
- As a fashion student, magazine stylist and DJ in 1990s Tokyo, Nigo could never find exactly the quality-crafted, cooler-than-thou T shirts he and his buddies craved.
- A voracious autodidact, Borduas craved escape from the stifling local art scene.
- Some Palestinians craved foodgoats were a hot item for purchase on the Egyptian sideand medicine because Israel had blocked all but basic "humanitarian aid" from Gaza.
- Joe Torre in New York Times
Alex monopolized the attention,Torre says in the book. "We never really had anybody who craved the attention."
- Nick Clegg in Times Online
This privacy has been cruelly shattered. I hope that David and all those people close to him will now be granted the privacy he has always craved,Clegg said.
- Brooks Laich in USA Today
You know why it's not an issue? Because Alex isn't like that. If Alex was like that and just craved the spotlight and just talked about himself, then maybe it would rub guys the wrong way,Laich said. "We haven't heard Alex say one word...