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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

- for other uses, see desire (disambiguation). desire is a sense of longing or hoping for a person, object, or outcome. the same sense is expressed
- a streetcar named desire may refer to: a streetcar named desire (play), a 1947 play by tennessee williams a streetcar named desire (1951 film), directed
- phone branded as htc desire in some markets, see htc desire 601. the htc desire (codenamed bravo) is the first smartphone of the desire series developed by
- philosophy, desire has been identified as a philosophical problem since antiquity. in plato's the republic, socrates argues that individual desires must be
- the htc desire s (codenamed saga) is a smartphone designed and manufactured by htc corporation that runs the android operating system. first announced
- the htc desire x (codenamed protou) is a smartphone designed and developed by htc. the desire x is a midrange handset incorporating a dual-core 1 ghz
- political party, see desire the right party. desire the right is the motto of the falkland islands. it makes reference to the desire, the vessel from which
- a streetcar named desire is a 1947 play written by american playwright tennessee williams for which he received the pulitzer prize for drama in 1948. the