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Definition of desires

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Desireful
Desireful De*sire"ful, a. Filled with desire; eager. [R.] The desireful troops. --Godfrey (1594).
Desirefulness
Desirefulness De*sire"ful*ness, n. The state of being desireful; eagerness to obtain and possess. [R.] The desirefulness of our minds much augmenteth and increaseth our pleasure. --Udall.
Desireless
Desireless De*sire"less, a. Free from desire. --Donne.
Desirer
Desirer De*sir"er, n. One who desires, asks, or wishes.

Meaning of desire from wikipedia

- desire is a sense of longing or hoping for a person, object, or outcome. the same sense is expressed by emotion s such as 'craving' or '
- désiré is a french male given name, which means 'desired, wished'. the female form is désirée désiré may refer to: désiré (1823-1873),
- libido l , ɨ , ˈ , b , iː , d , oʊ, and colloquially **** drive, is a person's overall ****ual drive or desire for ****ual activity .
- ****ual desire is a motivational state and an interest in “****ual objects or activities, or as a wish, need, or drive to s**** out ****ual
- 'desire' is a song by u2 and the third track on their 1988 album, rattle and hum . released as the album's lead single, 'desire' was the
- desire is the seventeenth studio album by american singer-songwriter bob dylan , released on january 5, 1976 by columbia records .
- desire is an american telenovela which debuted at 8:00pm eastern/7:00pm central on september 5, 2006, on the american network
- it is the scientific word used to represent the reasons for our actions, our desires, our needs, etc. motives are hypothetical constructs
- lust is an emotion or feeling of intense desire in the body. the lust can take any form such as the lust for knowledge, the lust for ****
- in philosophy, desire has been identified as a philosophical problem since antiquity . desires must be postponed in the name of the higher ideal.