How To Use Hungry In A Sentence

  • Combine the corn with steamed green vegetables like asparagus and offer baked potatoes to ensure the children don't go hungry.
  • I long for the Monday nights before he came along when the second I got hungry I could stand by the kitchen TV watching "The Bachelorette," while whumping down a salade nicoise. Susan Orlins: Dating After Divorce: What if I Meet a Guy I Like?
  • Few and far between were the desperate, overeager chat-up lines of some relationship-hungry singles.
  • But I need my fish grilled and oozing with BBQ sauceJhungry valval!! cooltwinz Diary Entry
  • Judging by the way they tucked into their dinner, they must have been very hungry.
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  • But I think it came at a moment when Americans were particularly hungry for someone they could perceive as honest, upstanding, and a hero.
  • Many South Africans are apparently wary of what they see as ignoble intentions by profit-hungry American drug companies.
  • I found them to be almost universally composed of ninnies and power-hungry dorks.
  • I'm hungry - let's have lunch.
  • When I got back from Florida last night and I was cranky and tired and hungry for something sweet, I defrosted the shortbread dough that I froze a few weeks back.
  • April, without entering the cottage, hangs over the hungry nestlings watching them.] _April. Poems
  • The sales forces of medtech companies are hungry for additional products.
  • The poor and the hungry need to be the focus of our economic and social responsibility. Times, Sunday Times
  • I could see how hungry she was from the way she cleared her plate.
  • However hungry I am, I never seem to be able to finish off a whole pizza.
  • Next year, Ulrika I've already dropped the surname will be launched into our collective media-hungry mouths. Philippa Young: Pop Goes Sweden
  • In a place known as Nine Dragons, as the city's Hungry Ghosts festival burns around him, Bosch puts aside everything he knows and risks everything he has in a desperate bid to outmatch the triad's ferocity. Nine Dragons by Michael Connelly: Book summary
  • Patients went hungry and thirsty and without medication and there was a lot of awful bullying of patients and relatives going on. The Sun
  • Not feeling hungry again until about ten that night, we strolled along to the same street that had earlier been alive with culinary possibilities. Times, Sunday Times
  • A rising number of elderly patients are being hospitalised after going hungry, the data suggests. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's times like this that I feel hungry and nauseated at the same time. * sigh* I think I will attempt to quiesce my brain and get some sleep. before | | this hemopoetic Diary Entry
  • A loveliness of ladybirds in the spare room, sprinting house spiders in the living room, and hungry silverfish in the kitchen are just some of the creatures that head indoors as winter sets in.
  • I was hungry, and, more importantly, my children were hungry.
  • Hamsters reared in the laboratory can be made to have female-biased litters by keeping them hungry during adolescence or pregnancy.
  • They simply ripped them limb from limb in the second half with a ferociously determined and hungry display which left Cork begging for mercy.
  • Hungry belies have no ears.
  • Yet hungry locals outside pooled their cash to buy a sip. The Sun
  • They are certainly hungry for one another. The Times Literary Supplement
  • He does not think so when he is hungry, but he thinks so again as soon as he is fed; and on the hypothesis of a successful ant-heap, he would never go hungry. Lay Morals
  • Let us discipline ourselves so as to help feed a hungry world.
  • But he did not feel hungry because he was in such pain from his injuries and could only concentrate on trying to get out.
  • The police announced to a press hungry for sensational crime stories that the young men had been part of a gang of teenagers who were out wilding.
  • The child is simply hungry for affection.
  • As a result, wood-hungry chainsaw wielders have reverted to cutting the thin trees up at the 52nd parallel.
  • Let us discipline ourselves so as to help feed a hungry world.
  • Life has made the children brave, quick-witted and self-reliant, but their parentless hearts are hungry, and that longing shapes their actions. Children's Books: 'The Emerald Atlas'
  • As if on cue, the chestnut roan he had given her to ride stomped its hoof in agreement, undoubtedly tired and hungry herself.
  • The deacon found and served Christ in the poor, the hungry and thirsty, the stranger and the naked, the sick and imprisoned.
  • Although I've only recently stuck my toe in the fast-moving blogstream, I've been a fan -- and an advocate -- ever since bloggers took the Trent Lott/Strom Thurmond story, ran with it, and helped turn the smug Senate majority leaderinto the penitent former Senate majority leader, a bit of bloody political chum floating in a tank of hungry sharks. April 2004
  • You can start the day with a stewed apple, and if you feel hungry in between meals, try snacking on a juicy pear.
  • Like the person who gets fat because they eat unnourishing foods and so is always hungry and so is always eating, she drowned in words that could not teach her to swim. The Women’s Room
  • Surround newly transplanted plants with chicken wire, keeping hungry rabbits from eating them.
  • Many families are forced to go hungry .
  • Speaking of fertilizer, you can use a granular or water soluble fertilizer to feed your hungry plants.
  • He trains on his own, often a solitary figure with nothing but a support car behind him, and goes to bed hungry to keep down his weight.
  • The unstylish interior has remained unaltered and the laminated menus, populated by over a hundred items, are creased and dog-eared from passing through thousands of hungry hands.
  • This shouldn't be a problem if you eat only when hungry and only enough to satisfy your hunger.
  • With most European stocks flatlining, investors are hungry for shares of companies benefiting from fast-paced growth in Latin America.
  • Mr. Roberts was very bald, very round, had very thick glasses, and looked very hungry.
  • Although she had been told that the mygale sometimes ate small birds, her short experience in the Amazon had taught her that not many creatures - insects and piranha excepted - attacked unless hungry, provoked, trodden upon or surrounded by others of their species. River Of Desire
  • But his image belied a character which was scheming, ambitious and hungry for power. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a chef, Gabrielle Hamilton has always wanted to serve the "salty, sweet, starchy, brothy, crispy things that one craves when one is actually hungry. The Best Nonfiction of 2011
  • Hungry children are four times as likely to suffer from fatigue and to have difficulty concentrating.
  • And they have to do this with the close attention of a flock of hungry seagulls. The Sun
  • Right now, the market is hungry for Italian art from the Fifties and Sixties, as well as the Futurists and such evergreens as Mario Sironi and Morandi.
  • The large buds of mountain ash and poplars have a sticky, resinous covering that partially protects them from hungry animals.
  • The little chicks began to peep because they were hungry.
  • The hungry children made a raid on the pantry.
  • They were moored, stem and stern, in a grog-shop, making a great noise, with a crowd of Indians and hungry half-breeds about them, and with a fair prospect of being stripped and dirked, or left to pass the night in the calabozo. Chapter XXVII. The Sunday Wash-Up-On Shore-A Set-To-A Grandee-“Sail Ho!”-A Fandango
  • I'm so hungry that my stomach's rumbling.
  • I am very hungry.
  • Our biggest chains have voracious appetites and are hungry for more. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets
  • If the hordes of hungry locals queuing down the street are anything to go by, it's definitely worth a visit. Times, Sunday Times
  • A new liberty will arise, so the monitory promise goes, not in any freedom from constraints too subtle for the hungry to perceive, but in class consciousness.
  • People can wake at night if they go to bed hungry so it could disrupt sleep. The Sun
  • When our cat is hungry, she starts clawing at my legs.
  • Here's a little 'greeny' who has come among us hungry," laughed the senior, urging Nancy into a chair and beckoning to one of the waitresses. A Little Miss Nobody Or, With the Girls of Pinewood Hall
  • Cold and hungry, they drifted helplessly towards the Arctic.
  • Fluffy Tag Cloud angry annoying bad cat basement cat bed box car cat cheezburger classics computer costume couch cute dog do not want fud ginger has helping hungry kitteh kitten lolbirds lolcats loldogs lolkittehs love mean movies murder nap nom nom nom oh noes outside playing plotting sad scared sleeping toy treasure video want work Li’l Pink Jellybean Toes… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • While you say we can't afford to reform health insurance, more than fifty million Americans (at the latest count) live without it, go hungry or heatless or bankrupt without it, and in thousands of cases literally die without it. James Heffernan: Roadblocking the Ambulance of Health Care Reform
  • Nanami is playing Tennis during the P. E lesson, but she is so hungry that she suddenly sees a fishburger instead of the ball. AnimeBlogger.net Antenna
  • When a patrol boat got the hungry and shivering dog, they found no identification on her other than a brown collar.
  • He eats because he is gluttonous, not hungry.
  • They are infinite, I am thinking, all these hungry, grasping people chasing after the new and improved, the super and imperishable, and I stand alone against them - but that's the kind of thinking that led me astray all those years ago.
  • Some nay-sayers deem the ramen overhyped and salty, but that does not stop hungry folks from queuing up starting at around 10 am.
  • Somewhere out there was a desperate man, cold, hungry, hunted.
  • The hungry part of him very much wanted to devour the shrew, bitter bit included, while the rest of him rebelled. THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN
  • On June 14 troops marched into the town in triumph to take prisoner 12,000 defeated and hungry troops.
  • She has never gone hungry, suffered horrible illness or seen some one she loves die.
  • I still need to express milk every 2-3 hours as the hungry Wolf is still not latching.
  • Nothing comes amiss to a hungry man. 
  • Women unable to feed the bellies of hungry children, were forced to rummage through garbage, and by the grace of God, and anointed creativity, found leftovers okra, rice, tomato, a scrap of pork and a fragment of shrimp to create a meal we call gumbo. Rev. Otis Moss III: A Blue Note Gospel
  • People are homeless and hungry, the landscape often ungenerous, but in many of these poems, kindness is the miracle. Carol Muske-Dukes: Scattershot Poetry Reviews -- Three Books
  • Paparazzo's are always hungry for hot gossip.
  • At this stage my friend and I are getting hungry, so we stop in the congested market around the corner from the ceramics hub to grab a quick, spicy bite at a tiny restaurant serving Padang food, product of a culture that prizes a form of slow-cooked pot roast known as rendang and other meaty dishes -- on permanent display behind glass. Jakarta
  • Thus we were stumbling on, very weary, very hungry, the man with the want in a constant wail, and Sonachan lamenting for suppers he had been saucy over in days of rowth and plenty, when a light oozed out of the grey-dark ahead of us, in the last place in the world one would look for any such sign of humanity. John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn
  • Each terrace is backed by north facing offices, where minimal solar gain reduces the tendency to overheat and the need for energy-hungry air conditioning. BEDZED: Beddington Zero Energy Development in London | Inhabitat
  • His great weight almost jerked her off the bridge, but she pulled him up from the hungry flames as her own strength faded.
  • The price of heating and food means many elderly live a cold, lonely and hungry life. The Sun
  • And rather than go hungry, the birds are preying on other seabirds like puffins and kittiwakes.
  • Don’t worry about getting hungry when you’re in Grand Marais. Smithsonian Mag
  • His life came to an end when, after taking a bullet, he was torn apart by a horde of hungry zombies.
  • Are you hungry? Do you want a sandwich?
  • The hungry tiger saw a big pig digging in the pigsty.
  • A slice of that impalla for him, too, as he's apt to be hungry. The Rogue Elephant The Boys' Big Game Series
  • It will shred them and mix them with grass clippings, perfect for a hungry compost heap. Times, Sunday Times
  • Partly this is due to the heavy reliance on the second tone plainchant melody, which can be clearly heard in the first polyphonic verse at ‘in Deo salutary meo’ (‘in God my saviour’) and a soprano and alto duet at ‘Esurientes implevit bonis’ (‘He hath filled the hungry with good things’). Archive 2009-06-01
  • A good man may be in want, but then he quiets himself, and strives to make himself easy; but these people when they shall be hungry shall fret themselves, and when they have nothing to feed on their vexation shall prey upon their own spirits; for fretfulness is a sin that is its own punishment. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • In all likelihood, the number of hungry is less than a one billion, depending on your definition of hunger, which is not to be confused with malnutrition you can be malnourished and not hungry since hunger is technically a measure of caloric intake. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • Emperor Charles V., an accomplished soldier and a learned historian -- such was the creator of the hungry rogue Lazarillo, and the founder of the "picaresque" school of fiction, or the romance of roguery, which is not yet extinct. The World's Greatest Books — Volume 06 — Fiction
  • Hungry like the wolf, you might say. The Sun
  • As the voyages of novelty-hungry explorers penetrated more and more remote localities, so the variety of parrots brought home increased. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD
  • How could it be considered before the need to feed a hungry population? Times, Sunday Times
  • You've been chewing away all afternoon;you can't still be hungry.
  • We queried whether the doctor became hungry on the second day, but he assured us that he's long since become accustomed to no-food days.
  • Even quite wealthy individuals confess to conjuring up images of going cold and hungry.
  • The way to ensure that there aren't hungry people in the world is to give peasants land, unencumbered by debt peonage.
  • This was unforgivable form - but I was hot, sweating, badly sunburnt, my feet were freezing, wet and blistered, I was frantic with thirst, hungry and utterly dispirited.
  • However hungry I am, I never seem to be able to finish off a whole pizza.
  • I got hungry and walked in uphill to the road and as my head got up enough to see the downside of the ridge another hunter on the opposite side in his tree stand had his rifle pointing right at my chest. what is your closest call to a bad experience while hunting?
  • If you're very hungry a double helping of spaghetti should fit the bill!
  • Hamsters reared in the laboratory can be made to have female-biased litters by keeping them hungry during adolescence or pregnancy.
  • By four o'clock I felt/was really hungry.
  • The three demons behind Diane were giving the boys lustful hungry glances.
  • All of us, at some time, have been poor in spirit or have been hungry and thirsty for righteousness.
  • But even the so-called unhedged companies are falling over themselves to produce and sell all the gold the traffic can bear, cheered on by a crowd of dividend-hungry shareholders.
  • Carefully coded, to deceive hoards of information hungry pressmen waiting in Kathmandu, the two were charged with delivering the momentous breakthrough.
  • People are hungry for anything which gives their lives shape and sense of purpose. Times, Sunday Times
  • Other women cloy The appetites they feed, but she makes hungry Where most she satisfies; for vilest things Become themselves in her, that the holy priests Bless her when she is riggish. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VIII No 3
  • Liese made the ocean sound like a hungry beast that demanded to be fed with human flesh.
  • ‘An abalone can withstand assaults from a hungry sea otter pounding on its shell with a rock,’ he says.
  • Do you still feel hungry?
  • Watch as, in a glib aside, he patronises a culturally-hungry bevy of 50,000 people and, in the aftermath, ponder the unspoken insinuation that popular music is just a cacophony that only appeals to thickos.
  • There is a high level of neuroticism among them because they are constantly hungry. Times, Sunday Times
  • I didnt acctually cook on my own till I was about 12 years old, I am the oldest of 4 kids and my youngest sister was hungry one day and the only thing I could figure out how to cook was a grilled chease sandwich... at that time she called a grouchy sandwich she was 6 The Cook Next Door Meme
  • Where can he find a printshop with an owner who is hungry for a $10.000,00 meal? 2010 February : Law is Cool
  • This dish will serve four hungry people.
  • There's a reason for this: EPs and singles tend to serve as stopgaps in the rock world, small offerings to keep the masses entertained and hungry between albums.
  • This time the owner was a poor man, like Aladdin in the beginning, and being poor, he was hungry too. THE THIRD CLASS GENIE
  • The folded pizza slice, the hot dog and the crusty knish have a built-in mobility that lets hungry New Yorkers eat on the street.
  • With the help of his gun and a bonfire, the hunter fought off two hungry tigers.
  • There was no way we would be able to feed all the billions of extra hungry mouths come the turn of the century…
  • In the hungry light of the houseboat he could see the fiery ravishment of her legs and belly; he could smell the other man, and her devourment of him. Tours of the Black Clock
  • A tree whose hungry mouth is prest.
  • He shivers in brumal blasts, and hungry he chirps before your door. Welsh Folk-Lore a Collection of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales
  • Once again, the organization reports seeing more and more people who are hungry or at risk for hunger.
  • I brought him some sandwiches because I thought he might be hungry.
  • Lets face it, we are all as mad as hell about these useless, power hungry oiks.
  • If I feel peckish while knitting I decide to knit two more rows and if I'm still hungry then I'll go and get something to eat.
  • See hungryhead for pictures of the cutest bleached blond surfie wombat you have ever seen. Archive 2006-08-01
  • We were all ravenously hungry after the walk.
  • Finally, I drove eastwards towards Sheppey, past Funton Creek, where reptilian glasswort plants replenish seed-stocks for hungry wildfowl, to Bedlam's Bottom to enjoy a glowing sunset.
  • A small bird with a broken wing, left behind by its mates, struggles to escape a crowd of hungry crabs alongside a deserted seashore.
  • They may have zero-hours contracts: some weeks they cope, others they are hungry. Times, Sunday Times
  • When Britney said, ‘I haven't had a boy in a while, I'm hungry for a kiss,’ no one expected her to buss Madonna.
  • Still, as hikers, climbers, and canoeists fan out across the backcountry this spring - just as hungry black bears emerge from hibernation - they will do well to arm themselves with recent research on ursine behavior.
  • At that spot, they found a dead deer, still steaming, and took hungry, ravenous bites out of it.
  • For a slim figure, share your foodwith the hungry.
  • He was just hungry and curious enough to follow his nose and went down a new alley, coming upon an Arab with an eye patch over one eye, cooking a hunk of meat on a spit over a open fire.
  • No, I do like Chinese food, it's just that I'm not hungry.
  • In her novel, what abides is dissatisfaction, restlessness, the hungry tapeworm of individual will.
  • Hungry cons will be able to buy snacks at the prison commissary, or perhaps steal food from the weaker inmates..
  • There was no need for me to look up to find every single pair of hungry wolf eyes glaring at me, fangs bared and growling.
  • If you heft the egg afterward it's as light as feather, and not very filling when you're hungry; but a basketful of them would make quite a show and would bamboozle the unwary.
  • Usually Mr. Glinner found forests to be alive with activity; chirping crickets, hooting owls, hunting mountain lions, and hungry bears.
  • The library staff gleefully found the answers to the words that end in gry: hungry, angry (OK, those were easy), aggry (a type of ancient, variegated glass beads), meagry (having Librarian Heroes - Des Moines Register Article
  • They offered an outlet for the ambitions of land-hungry knights and noblemen.
  • Then we come along, power hungry wizards looking for the secret to immortality, and we bag you.
  • Then he thinks you know those folks are gonna get hungry and thirsty running around spreading demonocracy. Ok Mr. Bush, time to pay up for your war.
  • You know you're not hungry, but you still have that urge to nosh.
  • I'm exhausted and starving hungry. Times, Sunday Times
  • Grizzling and crying can mean your child is absolutely exhausted, but it's often hard to tell the difference between tired grizzling and hungry grizzling.
  • Each time a video-hungry consumer clicks on one of these virtual treats (… suddenly there came a tapping), a new window opens (… rapping at my chamber door), transporting both snacker and snack to a demographically compatible advertiser's website where the clip is then viewed within the exclusive confines of that advertiser's branded surroundings. Behavioral Tapping At Your Chamber Door - Mike Einstein - MediaBizBlogger
  • I wish there weren't so many hungry kids and so many loud mouthed blockheads who do not think before they speak.
  • I thought that the only thing that could destroy my serenity was being hungry, so I went back to the supermarket and started loading up carts with non perishable food.
  • After the fams picked me up from the airport they were hungry and they decided Japanese.
  • A very hungry bear will sometimes attack a walrus in the water, for the polar bear is a powerful swimmer; but in his peculiar element -- and he is never far from it -- the walrus is the best fighter, and his tough hide serves as an almost impenetrable armor. Harper's Young People, January 20, 1880 An Illustrated Weekly
  • Zxirupofrur: Fire hungry compel him and daughters liven things ... saundra tallant: lamont burns was a former high school classmate o ... ...gettingpaidtowatch
  • The monk turned to the farmers. “Who would like to tell me the tale of how the sheep moved from one field to another. ” “Well, ” said Farmer Rae “Last winter was harsh, very harsh, and some people did not have enough grain saved from the summer and their sheep were left bleating and hungry in the field. 365 tomorrows » 2006 » January : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • The owner - who is more used to selling pizza slices and panini to his hungry customers - has tried his hand at mixing some fine concoctions with genuine spirits and liqueurs for an icy booze blast.
  • Hungry dogs will eat dirty puddings. 
  • Britain now has a generation of entrepreneurs who are hungry for success and confident that a growing economy will support them. Times, Sunday Times
  • My gosh is he so power hungry that he and his wife just can't fade off into the sunset and grow old together peacefully? Bill Clinton says Chelsea may go into politics
  • Gobbla, his hugely bloated and eternally hungry Cave Squig would feed well.
  • The world is hungry for Scotland's contemporary art and our artists and institutions are brimming with confidence.
  • Many think of companies as amoral, profit-hungry beasts that will do anything to promote their own selfish interests.
  • It was evident that when the goblin girl said "famished" she meant very hungry indeed. Dragon on a Pedestal
  • Waitresses shuttled among hungry patrons with trays of fried shrimp, grilled grouper and raw oysters. Tourism returning a year after the Gulf oil spill
  • More often than not we went hungry anyway, but then they attempted to starve us out.
  • My first thought was he was an Arab/Muslim and despised women and wanted me put in my place, and I am ashamed I have thought that the reason rather he was just a power hungry misogynistic egomaniac… so the question is do some cultures and religions today still bread those attitudes and are we being racist or antireligion when we are offended by their attitudes and sexism against us? Identity insults and democracy
  • Businesses are hungry to get on the Web to market their products both in Iran and to the outside world.
  • I returned to Lahore five weeks later, shell-shocked, hungry for company, but hardened, sunburned, and at least now aware of the scale of the problem. Daniyal Mueenuddin talks about his life and his first collection of short stories In Other Rooms, Other Wonders.
  • You must be hungry after all that walking.
  • When, with its thick, palatable flesh, it is cooked and placed on the table, it is known as the "drumstick" -- a favorite part of the fowl with hungry boys, vying, in their minds, with the "white meat" of the breast. Our Bird Comrades
  • Last year a thin, scraggy squirrel appeared in my garden from nowhere, looking hungry.
  • The group of laughing, hungry people heaped their plates with the offerings and enjoyed their celebration, as Venus with her attendant stars, and Moon on the wane joined the party.
  • Another powerful aspect of RSS feeds is that many news sites are always hungry for new information. Just The FAQs For Authors: MaAnna Stephenson | The Creative Penn
  • Being hungry, I stopped at the cafeteria and asked if they had kosher food.
  • Other women cloy The appetites they feed, but she makes hungry Where most she satisfied; for vilest things Become themselves in her, that the holy priests Bless her when she is riggish. Shakespeare
  • Broke and hungry, I lived on the streets, until I met a baby-faced man named Brody Ellis. Show Stoppah
  • A common response to a problem of this magnitude might be to donate some cash to a charity or to leave a bagful of staples -- rice, pasta, canned tomatoes, for example -- in the new bins for the hungry at the exit to your supermarket after you've done your own shopping. Diana Farr Louis: Food Aid Takes Off in Athens
  • So where are the poor and the hungry? Times, Sunday Times
  • I cannot find it in myself to condemn a mother who steals for a hungry child.
  • Not really all that hungry, Jess grabbed a beer from the frig and switched on the TV.
  • The notion of eating it raw was less than appetizing, but she was too hungry to fret. EVERVILLE
  • No show can afford that kind of scandal, particularly a brand-new one, hungry for the ratings.sentence dictionary
  • Also, grazing that leaves very short stubble could lead to a greater risk of bloat if livestock are hungry when turned into the next paddock.
  • Beginners are well served here too, and only mileage-hungry intermediates might be left dissatisfied.
  • The boy started to scream, not a yell of pain but a high-pitched shriek of panic that reminded me of a rabbit's death throes, which reminded me that I was hungry.
  • Although she could not find the net in the match against Zambia, in which she came on as a a substitute in the second half, Nonoh says she is hungry for goals.

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