Part of speech:
An act, condition, or result of deprivation or loss:
A polite request with some of the force of an order
(Econ.) The desire for a commodity together with ability to pay for it; also, the amount people are ready and able to buy at a certain price
To have or give dull, steady pain
(Obs.) To wish; desire
The act of making a wish.
The state of being needy
An intense and prolonged desire; yearning or appetite, as for affection or a food or drug
To be ambitious (to get or do something, esp. something grand); seek (after)
To have a strong desire (for)
Shortage of food; famine.
To demand by virtue of a law, regulation, etc.
To believe something without being sure; suppose
To feel strong or immoderate desire for (that which is another's).
Inadequate in amount or degree; insufficient:
(Grammar) Designating a clause, a sentence, or in some languages an inflected verb form that expresses desire.
Not having; being without; lacking (with of)
In great need; destitute; needy
Not adequate in quality or quantity; inferior:
Containing a large amount of shortening; flaky:
Not up to some standard; inadequate in some essential
The time during which one is away.
Failure to perform a task or fulfill an obligation, especially failure to meet a financial obligation:
The quality or state of being deficient; absence of something essential; incompleteness
Something considered necessary or highly desirable.
The state of being destitute; esp., abject poverty
Physical deterioration, as of a highway, caused by hard use over time:
A pressing or urgent situation:
The condition of being indigent
Inability of a bodily part or organ to function normally:
Lack of money, property, or necessities; extreme poverty; destitution
Something required; something obligatory or demanded, as a condition
The condition or quality of being scarce; inadequate supply; dearth
To prefer above others:
To wish to have or see happen.
To have a strong desire or craving.
To fail to meet, reach, attain, catch, accomplish, see, hear, perceive, understand, etc.
To be obliged or required by morality, law, or custom:
To make (something) necessary or unavoidable; involve or imply as a necessary condition, outcome, etc.
(Archaic) To recommend for advancement or appointment; promote.
To bend one's efforts toward; aim at; pursue
To be thirsty
To have a strong, often restless desire.
For or throughout a specified period:
To feel strong desire; yearn eagerly
To have an intense longing or desire; yearn
To be filled with longing or desire
To develop or improve
To want to have:
To be the will or wish of
The state or condition of being a beggar.
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