1. Desire Synonyms, Desire Antonyms | Thesaurus.com

    • Synonyms for desire at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.


  2. Desire (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    Desire is a sense of longing or hoping. It may also refer to: Philosophy of desire. Greed, selfish pursuit of wealth, power, or possessions. Interpersonal attraction. Libido, sexual desire according to Freud and psychoanalysis. Limerence, an involuntary state of intense romantic desire.


  3. Desire - definition of desire by The Free Dictionary

    • 2. Sexual appetite; passion. 3. An object of such feeling or passion: A quiet evening with you is my only desire. 4. Archaic A request or petition.


  4. Desire | Definition of Desire by Merriam-Webster

    • These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'desire.'


  5. Desire - Wikipedia

    Desire is a sense of longing or hoping for a person, object, or outcome. The same sense is expressed by emotions such as "craving". When a person desires something or someone, their sense of longing is excited by the enjoyment or the thought of the item or person...


  6. Desire: перевод, произношение, транскрипция, примеры использования

    • Перевод слова desire, американское и британское произношение, транскрипция, словосочетания, однокоренные слова, примеры использования.


  7. Desire (band) - Wikipedia

    Desire is a Canadian electronic music band from Montreal, formed in 2009. The band consists of vocalist Megan Louise, producer Johnny Jewel (also a member of Chromatics and Glass Candy), and Nat Walker (also a member of Chromatics) on synthesizer and drums.


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    • Desire Morris - Desire (Play And Win Radio Edit).
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  9. Desire definition, to wish or long for; crave; want. See more.

    • 1. See wish. 3.Desire, craving, longing, yearning suggest feelings that impel one to the attainment or possession of something.


  10. desire - Wiktionary

    From Middle English desiren, from Old French desirer, desirrer, from Latin dēsīderō (“to long for, desire, feel the want of, miss, regret”), apparently from de- + sidus (in the phrase de sidere, "from the stars") in connection with astrological hopes. Compare consider. Compare also desiderate.


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