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Pronunciation:

[d_ɪ_z_ˈaɪə], [dɪzˈa͡ɪ͡ə], [dɪzˈa‍ɪ‍ə]
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Synonyms for Desire:

choice (noun) desire (noun) envy (noun) hope (noun) love (noun) request (noun) desire (verb) envy (verb) hope (verb) love (verb) request (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Desire:

  • desir,
  • disere,
  • desierve,
  • defore,
  • destruy,
  • desibe,
  • desagree,
  • deseres,
  • desseret,
  • desiese,
  • debrie,
  • deasler,
  • deseve,
  • disgrae,
  • desried,
  • detore,
  • descize,
  • tenire,
  • besure,
  • deriare,
  • desireto,
  • desiered,
  • adersary,
  • desret,
  • desigh,
  • desirerd,
  • dissoray,
  • decive,
  • disurve,
  • nessairy,
  • dirsires,
  • desoite,
  • dosile,
  • decise,
  • diseray,
  • desern,
  • dsire,
  • cesure,
  • lesiure,
  • desirees,
  • desine,
  • desirs,
  • descive,
  • dersrve,
  • desiny,
  • mesure,
  • deside,
  • deserce,
  • dezire,
  • debre,
  • disipher,
  • needsare,
  • disigree,
  • desider,
  • desarve,
  • resure,
  • decisio,
  • dsired,
  • desricbe,
  • desiter,
  • delere,
  • desirve,
  • derierre,
  • desrerve,
  • desurv,
  • deise,
  • esure,
  • desred,
  • disaree,
  • decired,
  • desipher,
  • desase,
  • disbure,
  • discize,
  • derrire,
  • deasr,
  • deasise,
  • desepire,
  • teasure,
  • descern,
  • deisize,
  • diseire,
  • disiare,
  • desieas,
  • discive,
  • dispie,
  • deisel,
  • desiare,
  • deisire,
  • deires,
  • texure,
  • descibe,
  • lesure,
  • dischare,
  • dvere,
  • derier,
  • drearie,
  • divesre,
  • desise,
  • descrie,
  • desinger,
  • deliery,
  • dside,
  • detere,
  • desser,
  • despare,
  • doosr,
  • desured,
  • despaire,
  • desper,
  • siesure,
  • destro,
  • deisred,
  • chesure,
  • desrire,
  • dispire,
  • disice,
  • tesrt,
  • disifer,
  • desireed,
  • diesired,
  • decerne,
  • mesuare,
  • resore,
  • desaper,
  • deseret,
  • desirae's,
  • desapare,
  • desered,
  • desighe,
  • desifer,
  • resourie,
  • desypher,
  • deseise,
  • desiner,
  • desrve,
  • desurt,
  • desiere,
  • disiered,
  • desuve,
  • desirers,
  • disered,
  • dessires,
  • desirale,
  • desite,
  • keisure,
  • desile,
  • deegre,
  • lesuire,
  • desapire,
  • deisise,
  • sezuire,
  • deser,
  • dessise,
  • desin,
  • lesire,
  • disier,
  • despir,
  • dessire,
  • dester,
  • deserive,
  • jesrey,
  • widesprea,
  • desre,
  • nessciary,
  • desigher,
  • desphier,
  • desirred,
  • deserave,
  • desied,
  • desie,
  • desreve,
  • despie,
  • desrt,
  • resere,
  • tesoro,
  • dosre,
  • disregar,
  • desceibe,
  • desciribe,
  • desrive,
  • deserrt,
  • detire,
  • desid,
  • deserv,
  • destroey,
  • disre,
  • desbribe,
  • dersevre,
  • desver,
  • desien,
  • descise,
  • disrrhea,
  • descirbe,
  • debbbire,
  • desure,
  • decibe,
  • desinee,
  • deisre,
  • dysurea,
  • d'ivoire,
  • dslr,
  • desereve,
  • adesire,
  • desribe,
  • desreet,
  • tsure,
  • meseaure,
  • descipher,
  • desize,
  • dsegree,
  • destry,
  • descide,
  • deseil,
  • besare,
  • desiger,
  • dubrie,
  • sesory,
  • leasiure,
  • disorer,
  • desrver,
  • medciare,
  • desive,
  • desiel,
  • disribe,
  • desihn,
  • desirabe,
  • diserie,
  • deservre,
  • desier,
  • desirv,
  • deggre,
  • disrup,
  • diesiel,
  • desireing,
  • detsroy,
  • dsires,
  • devore,
  • disapire,
  • disine,
  • getsure,
  • easire,
  • timesare,
  • decsribe,
  • yourdesire,
  • dersire,
  • desireee,
  • deisle,
  • seziure,
  • dieseae,
  • desirese,
  • deziner,
  • despire,
  • desies,
  • dessired,
  • deseive,
  • descired,
  • dinosore,
  • disarrey,
  • desiers,
  • desover,
  • desig,
  • desil,
  • dasie,
  • desgree,
  • defere,
  • diside,
  • dysforia,
  • desinge,
  • desevre,
  • disired,
  • discibe,
  • desere,
  • deserse,
  • desige,
  • devire,
  • desroy,
  • desice,
  • degrre,
  • desries,
  • desuver,
  • deaise,
  • disireabe,
  • disary,
  • desroed,
  • desrie,
  • desiees,
  • retsore,
  • desrib,
  • desirea,
  • desiralbe,
  • decice,
  • d'zure,
  • theydesire,
  • disuria,
  • despora,
  • easiere,
  • desiease,
  • descifer,
  • disepare,
  • despher,
  • desort,
  • desiphere,
  • desrev,
  • desurve,
  • delare,
  • desivre,
  • deidre,
  • desevere,
  • desirive,
  • desocer,
  • desiegn,
  • secire,
  • disree,
  • desapere,
  • easierr,
  • sesire,
  • degre,
  • diesise,
  • desarrt,
  • desade,
  • dinasore,
  • deisres,
  • descr,
  • dissary,
  • disire,
  • destroi,
  • sezire,
  • tesre,
  • desighs,
  • deoxyribo,
  • desrever,
  • despiar,
  • desirealbe,
  • recire,
  • dseire,
  • deiseise,
  • deasil,
  • decine,
  • desirer,
  • desserrt,
  • desfribe,
  • desorder,
  • deture,
  • sesure,
  • desaire,
  • desaide,
  • chesire,
  • mesuere,
  • descipe,
  • deriere,
  • desierd,
  • disrder,
  • disferr,
  • distrie,
  • leasuire,
  • disseray,
  • desisre,
  • deviery,
  • disires,
  • desagre,
  • deseace,
  • desrv,
  • doesn'r,
  • delicery,
  • tesereview,
  • desipe,
  • deservr,
  • disoray,
  • dispaire,
  • dinisore,
  • diesil,
  • deire,
  • ceasare,
  • certiriea,
  • delaire,
  • deere,
  • dierdre,
  • desavu,
  • democery,
  • desevrev,
  • desuvere,
  • desvere,
  • disereve,
  • desinn,
  • desiree,
  • dessie,
  • esire,
  • disred,
  • desis,
  • desipre,
  • destrey,
  • deidra,
  • deizel,
  • deesagree,
  • dyspro,
  • easirer,
  • neosure,
  • resire.

Rhymes for Desire:

  1. tire, wire, flyer, trier, frier, sire, require, fire, dryer, mire, friar, drier, hire, transpire, dire, liar, flier, supplier, fryer, plier, higher, pyre, retire, misfire, prior;
  2. brier, buyer, choir, crier, briar;
  3. entire, acquire, conspire, enquire, attire;

Quotes for Desire:

  1. In any art movement, the art has to move into a new phase- a filmmaker has a desire to make a film that is not like a previous film. Norman McLaren.
  2. From childhood I was passionately fond of music and wanted to be a musician. I have no recollection of any real desire ever to be anything else. John Philip Sousa.
  3. Out of need springs desire and out of desire springs the energy and the will to win. Denis Waitley.

Idioms of Desire:

  1. your heart's desire
  2. sb's heart's desire

Adjectives for Desire:

  • sudden, antic,
  • gentle but urgent,
  • usual, healthy,
  • utterly intense,
  • sudden bone-deep,
  • naked, insatiable,
  • intensely childlike,
  • unbridled and curious,
  • embarrassingly prominent,
  • undiluted sexual,
  • extraordinarily obstinate,
  • unspoken and undefined,
  • secret and savage,
  • plain and poignant,
  • tense sexual,
  • irresistible and inexplicable,
  • purely quixotic,
  • incomplete and great,
  • almost ani\-mal,
  • unappeasable and indiscriminate,
  • savage, personal,
  • instantaneous, inappropriate,
  • profound, poignant,
  • childishly malign,
  • unhindered and unrestrained,
  • long-standing and well-documented,
  • powerful and senseless,
  • feverish, explicit,
  • terrible, perverse,
  • soft but implacable,
  • unaccountably fierce,
  • volcanically overpowering,
  • bsexual,
  • old, amorphous,
  • peculiarly basic,
  • brightly sexual,
  • former suicidal,
  • sudden frivolous,
  • authentic, poignant,
  • complete and uncompromising,
  • real and vehement,
  • deliberate, machiavellian,
  • regular homosexual,
  • eemingly incessant,
  • scintillating, devastating,
  • powerful and elemental,
  • age-old, primitive,
  • selfish, hedonistic,
  • insatiable, greedy,
  • wistful age-old,
  • wholly natural and reasonable,
  • unreasonable but understandable,
  • such and insatiable,
  • simple, immoderate,
  • ingrained subconscious,
  • bloodthirsty murderous,
  • soft, criminal,
  • excruciating ungratified,
  • pure, stunning,
  • dreamy and irrational,
  • eager and all-consuming,
  • sincere and eager,
  • utter and wholehearted,
  • implacable obscure,
  • mortal fanatical,
  • unknown and inevitable,
  • wanton sensual,
  • mad and unbridled,
  • completely justifiable,
  • completely physical and impersonal,
  • sudden voracious,
  • crazy, lightheaded,
  • overpoweringly savage,
  • wrenching non-physical,
  • deep, logical,
  • shortsighted impulsive,
  • deep-rooted animal,
  • just unbelievable,
  • nearly incontestable,
  • tremendously urgent,
  • admittedly whimsical,
  • intolerable, sinful,
  • fervent aesthetic,
  • similarly overwhelming,
  • cringingly overwhelming,
  • vibrant and unexpected,
  • almost self-destructive,
  • ‘minimal,
  • brief, reprehensible,
  • savage, red,
  • intense, sudden,
  • wondrous, sparkling,
  • edgy uncontrollable,
  • ual male,
  • purely inappropriate,
  • perverse, unnatural,
  • eager, teen-age,
  • actual, carnal,
  • unconscious global,
  • dark, voracious,
  • passionate drunken,
  • fierce and almost uncontrollable,
  • chief and laudable,
  • strange, imperishable,
  • sole and most laudable,
  • inborn and almost irresistible,
  • unbiased and uninhibited,
  • infernal and terrible,
  • desperate and uncontrollable,
  • natural and not unlawful,
  • secondary antagonistic,
  • eager and childish,
  • sleepless and ardent,
  • imperishable and illogical,
  • dead fruitless,
  • former anxious,
  • idle, covetous,
  • unduly anxious,
  • painful, unsatisfied,
  • clear-eyed, simple,
  • unaccountable but overwhelming,
  • native and eager,
  • momentary and unreasoning,
  • voiceless all-consuming,
  • absolutely craven,
  • intense, nostalgic,
  • irresistible and ridiculous,
  • achingly single-minded,
  • denial and extreme,
  • naive nd uncontrolled,
  • understandable and righteous,
  • unending, unrelieved,
  • sudden, hungry,
  • heartfelt and pure,
  • god-given natal,
  • incredible wanton,
  • unreasonable and totally mad,
  • much stark,
  • awkward and obvious,
  • subconscious public,
  • italian rogue,
  • sudden and completely irrational,
  • sentimental warm,
  • awkward, restless,
  • liquid hot,
  • hungry, unspent,
  • wild criminal,
  • sexual but spiritual,
  • edgy, relentless,
  • completely normal and necessary,
  • same jittery,
  • desperate and vivid,
  • sick, insane,
  • blinding, urgent,
  • nascent and precocious,
  • frank, carnivorous,
  • particular or urgent,
  • simple, fierce,
  • foolish and clearly hopeless,
  • unfulfilled and unrelenting,
  • greatest instinctive,
  • completely obsessive,
  • clear but inexplicable,
  • placid human,
  • nervous but honest,
  • poignantly keen,
  • fly vain,
  • aristocratic and selfish,
  • pent-up, passionate,
  • many-sided and varicolored,
  • cruel and passionate,
  • blind, headstrong,
  • overpowering, instinctive,
  • fervent, virtuous,
  • thoughtless or malignant,
  • plausible and impracticable,
  • eternal fond,
  • frenzied strong,
  • beautiful and philanthropic,
  • touchingly beautiful and philanthropic,
  • secret and absurd,
  • legitimate carnal,
  • savage and diabolical,
  • logical and characteristic,
  • absurd but insistent,
  • utterly absurd but insistent,
  • equally unromantic,
  • natural fierce,
  • dull, inexorable,
  • unusual and reprehensible,
  • unmanly soft,
  • innate general,
  • mutual and insatiable,
  • haunting and devilish,
  • awful, insatiable,
  • dark, stout and stark,
  • childishly overwhelming,
  • passionate and abiding,
  • extraordinary tumultuous,
  • unreasonable and unexplainable,
  • maddeningly strong,
  • voiceless, indescribable,
  • ancient fierce,
  • natural and entirely laudable,
  • vehement, insatiable,
  • modest and insatiable,
  • forever covetous,
  • constant sorrowful,
  • detestable greedy,
  • eager apparent,
  • anxiously sincere,
  • exceedingly wild and rude,
  • strange, irrepressible,
  • pure and common,
  • oppressive, overpowering,
  • heedless, impetuous,
  • uncomfortable sexual,
  • serious or compelling,
  • slightest homosexual,
  • uncomplicated sexual,
  • insatiable, avaricious,
  • innocent joyous,
  • natural but very primitive,
  • sad unsatisfied,
  • suddenly sharp and fractious,
  • evident painstaking,
  • wistful vague,
  • general frequent,
  • selfish and purely personal,
  • desperate obsessive,
  • passionately cynical,
  • vehement and resolute,
  • genuine, unscientific,
  • seemingly passionate,
  • sudden, overweening,
  • respectably artistic,
  • passionate and unceasing,
  • overwhelming childish,
  • unsatisfied and insatiable,
  • impulsive urgent,
  • inborn, natural,
  • instinctive and unavoidable,
  • voluminous and stable,
  • profound and voluminous,
  • eager emotional,
  • simple and praiseworthy,
  • modest and very natural,
  • mutually spontaneous,
  • immortal good,
  • unrelenting, irresistible,
  • angry, feverish,
  • highest last,
  • unfortunately universal,
  • unrequited and eternal,
  • paternal and patriotic,
  • rather infinite,
  • surely unchristian,
  • curious and surely unchristian,
  • sacred, deepest,
  • therefore inordinate,
  • intense, sinful,
  • always fresh and keen,
  • ceaselessly ardent,
  • noble much,
  • intense but agreeable,
  • acute and delightful,
  • previous half-hearted,
  • eager, deaf and blind,
  • vast and bad,
  • unaccountable overwhelming,
  • incidental conscious,
  • sudden morbid,
  • ever-increasing german,
  • secret and unchristian,
  • subconscious, unrecognized,
  • instinctive, imperious,
  • raw, constant,
  • simple but all-powerful,
  • unique and greatest,
  • unjust and legitimate,
  • natural, unjust and legitimate,
  • perfectly loyal and natural,
  • deep-seated and sympathetic,
  • accordingly inordinate,
  • atrocious, monstrous,
  • swift and almost blind,
  • strongly anxious,
  • curious or unreasonable,
  • eager and even restless,
  • desperate instinctive,
  • mutual or individual,
  • new and very proper,
  • capricious or sentimental,
  • further honest,
  • frenetic unconscious,
  • frank and quite honest,
  • brutal and coarse,
  • vulgar and animal,
  • terrible and frenzied,
  • passionate but sad,
  • mournful and angry,
  • dumb maternal,
  • eager and almost vindictive,
  • great and feminine,
  • restless and uncontrollable,
  • ardent, strong,
  • ultimate, greatest,
  • generous and otherwise disinterested,
  • fierce individual,
  • real and impressive,
  • fierce, overwhelming,
  • fair unequivocal,
  • impertinent, deep-rooted,
  • absolutely tyrannical,
  • sudden and not unsympathetic,
  • sincere and reverential,
  • fatally late,
  • obscure creative,
  • purely good-hearted,
  • legitimate conjugal,
  • exclusive and insistent,
  • childish, irresistible,
  • futile but irresistible,
  • restless overweening,
  • painful, strange,
  • military immortal,
  • ardent, irresistible,
  • joyful, spiritual,
  • hot, unthinkable,
  • secret and so fervent,
  • unreasoning, fierce,
  • passionate or almost passionate,
  • sudden and ardent,
  • precise and discreet,
  • ungovernable and insatiable,
  • vain and indefinite,
  • strong and empty,
  • fierce and insane,
  • lucid and intense,
  • fiendish, red,
  • odd masterful,
  • unaccountable and altogether amazing,
  • self regarding physical,
  • infinite, passionate,
  • continually rebellious,
  • chief and selfish,
  • genuine and fervent,
  • poignant, indeterminate,
  • desperate, morbid,
  • keenest present,
  • domestic warm,
  • evident eager,
  • great and almost inordinate,
  • sole obvious,
  • original and primal,
  • special, determinate,
  • restless passionate,
  • single and selfish,
  • last and most intense,
  • restless, intolerable,
  • victorian intense,
  • desperate and imperative,
  • perfectly natural and human,
  • keen, idealistic,
  • general tense,
  • instinctive and overwhelming,
  • general and very eager,
  • fierce, vehement,
  • loving, unconscious,
  • conscious and uncontrollable,
  • thorough heartfelt,
  • markedly active,
  • deep-seated and long-cherished,
  • tame and ineffective,
  • keen and rather pleasurable,
  • immediate, everyday,
  • cold sensual,
  • concomitant primitive,
  • evidently eager,
  • desperate and continual,
  • deep all-pervading,
  • forceful, bovine,
  • idiotic hungry,
  • cruel, feverish,
  • wicked, insane,
  • intense and reciprocal,
  • passionate and purely sexual,
  • again associate,
  • fundamental, human,
  • ardent and imperious,
  • slightest sweet,
  • deep, potential,
  • eager, unselfish,
  • vast, ineffectual,
  • modest worthy,
  • critical or exact,
  • intense hopeless,
  • personal and blind,
  • evil, impure or improper,
  • nervous, subtle,
  • strong and ever present,
  • bitter and greedy,
  • aspiring and fastidious,
  • frenzied, unreasoning,
  • insistent and insatiable,
  • sharp unaffected,
  • hysterical and unreasonable,
  • charming and sudden,
  • perpetual but unrealized,
  • sombre hateful,
  • satisfying amatory,
  • selfish female,
  • insane, crazy,
  • pathological and insatiable,
  • unseasonable and inordinate,
  • laudable and natural,
  • somewhat insane,
  • uncommonly anxious,
  • irresistible, intense,
  • vague and naughty,
  • present ardent,
  • common and anxious,
  • abrupt, unchristian,
  • ardent and most extraordinary,
  • horrible, faint,
  • new, impassioned,
  • unceasing and passionate,
  • voluntary, self-supporting,
  • passionate, unexpected,
  • intense or uncontrollable,
  • demure, elfin,
  • concrete or substantive,
  • restless, conscious,
  • intense, affectionate,
  • subtle exquisite,
  • pleasant, anticipatory,
  • enterprising constructive,
  • recent keen,
  • peaceful healthy,
  • stupid all-round,
  • prevalent unnatural,
  • prevalent and unnatural,
  • widely prevalent and unnatural,
  • recurrent and intermittent,
  • eager and sad,
  • transient national,
  • incoherent and irrepressible,
  • blissful, instinctive,
  • ignoble but useful,
  • evident and hearty,
  • legitimate and wise,
  • evidently overwhelming,
  • mere vindictive,
  • great and most natural,
  • unreasonable or immoderate,
  • scandal or lustful,
  • tacit or interpretative,
  • intolerable infinite,
  • secret and most intense,
  • well-nigh fanatical,
  • romantic and well-nigh fanatical,
  • all-consuming, maddening,
  • limitless inner,
  • necessary and uncontrollable,
  • sane and universal,
  • sincere and fair,
  • desperate, fiery,
  • irrepressibly active,
  • mad, fatuous,
  • irresistible, quick,
  • thy avowed,
  • mutual, legitimate,
  • ridiculously envious,
  • vain and ridiculously envious,
  • undefined, chivalrous,
  • never ancient,
  • old but never ancient,
  • indescribable strange,
  • prevalent, paramount,
  • innate and abnormal,
  • immediate impelling,
  • implacable, unsatisfied,
  • unduly eager,
  • unseasonable modest,
  • sincere and laudable,
  • later irresistible,
  • fierce frantic,
  • keen and praiseworthy,
  • lively operative,
  • meanwhile rousing,
  • eternal hungry,
  • inexplicable and perverse,
  • evident overwhelming,
  • absolutely genuine and strong,
  • ever-increasing guilty,
  • somewhat blood-thirsty,
  • strong, ever-growing,
  • nowadays keen,
  • curious, unsensual,
  • unselfish and expensive,
  • constant, teasing,
  • selfish fierce,
  • intense ardent,
  • haunting, eager,
  • sentimental but inconvenient,
  • gross, unmistakable,
  • strangely solicitous,
  • futile and ungratified,
  • actual, general,
  • strong and unaccountable,
  • carelessly systematic,
  • intense, immediate,
  • pungent, irresistible,
  • maddening and irresistible,
  • particular, popular,
  • intelligent and praiseworthy,
  • prime and original,
  • restless, selfish,
  • wholly strenuous,
  • hungry restless,
  • fond, irrational,
  • hysterical, monstrous,
  • contemporary enormous,
  • zeal and eager,
  • wakeful, less,
  • vague, impotent,
  • unbounded and ardent,
  • present unanimous,
  • fatal and imperious,
  • ardent and overpowering,
  • pure and haughty,
  • ardent but innocent,
  • insatiable, ardent,
  • sneakingly benevolent,
  • hasty but mighty,
  • occasional resultant,
  • unfulfilled but lofty,
  • strong but not uncontrolled,
  • universal, widespread,
  • universal,
  • pious and laudable,
  • inexplicable and unprecedented,
  • admirable and ardent,
  • passionate, primal,
  • morbid, irresistible,
  • constant or even fitful,
  • insistent and impelling,
  • praiseworthy and simple,
  • ignorantly childish,
  • mad, hideous,
  • blind, unbridled,
  • merely catlike,
  • natural and entirely wholesome,
  • good-natured and inscrutable,
  • strange but almost universal,
  • incomplete and ineffective,
  • sleepless and vehement,
  • also hungry,
  • fierce, illogical,
  • altogether ignoble and selfish,
  • mere pugnacious,
  • universal and inordinate,
  • wild, primordial,
  • up general,
  • by-gone, physical,
  • sudden plebeian,
  • passionately anxious,
  • miserable and ineffectual,
  • single and fierce,
  • hard but thy,
  • adams natural,
  • reluctant but anxious,
  • selfish, squalid,
  • inordinate and senseless,
  • insistent and fierce,
  • positive or eager,
  • benevolent and godlike,
  • praiseworthy enthusiastic,
  • brutal and obscure,
  • absurd, unnatural,
  • eager and loving,
  • holy eager,
  • holy perpetual,
  • hungry, infinite,
  • zeal and delicate,
  • western morbid,
  • rousing greater,
  • irreverent and obstinate,
  • impetuous, turbulent,
  • frowzy exterior,
  • strong or inordinate,
  • inordinate or sinful,
  • strong or morbid,
  • violent or uncontrollable,
  • extreme or inordinate,
  • strong insistent,
  • urgent sexual,
  • strongest conscious,
  • strong but fleeting,
  • pure pestilent,
  • unexpected, outrageous,
  • simple maternal,
  • simple, primeval,
  • intense, undeniable,
  • paradoxical human,
  • previously insatiable,
  • clearly hopeless,
  • female, strong,
  • simple and hard,
  • youthful, passionate,
  • sordid or frivolous,
  • truly morbid,
  • dishonest and insatiable,
  • strong and common,
  • perpetual and strong,
  • unanimous and sincere,
  • vague but generous,
  • passionate and irresistible,
  • stout and stark,
  • constant and irritable,
  • abrupt impatient,
  • irrational and indefensible,
  • dangerous characteristic,
  • fierce sensual,
  • great and clamorous,
  • restless and perpetual,
  • uncontrollable instinctive,
  • personal and vehement,
  • universal and instinctive,
  • imperious human,
  • continual turbulent,
  • animal, sexual,
  • overwhelming passionate,
  • previously unexpected,
  • vehement popular,
  • inevitable and invincible,
  • honest and single,
  • languid and weary,
  • sharper personal,
  • general and uncontrollable,
  • mere, vague,
  • keen and definite,
  • ardent and irresistible,
  • inherent, inborn,
  • irresistible, uncontrollable,
  • old, unworthy,
  • wild, weary,
  • eager and greedy,
  • hot, imperious,
  • momentarily visible,
  • former conciliatory,
  • curious, pleasant,
  • comfortable, after-dinner,
  • questionable human,
  • low or sensual,
  • hot, cruel,
  • passionate, stubborn,
  • odd, unexplainable,
  • condescending male,
  • restless, sick,
  • peculiar, irresistible,
  • fatal and inopportune,
  • new imperative,
  • reasonable and laudable,
  • warm, transient,
  • original or spontaneous,
  • passionate, erotic,
  • whole, praiseworthy,
  • recklessly picturesque,
  • single and cordial,
  • unexpected, poignant,
  • giddy and unexpected,
  • former visceral,
  • unaccustomed and unacceptable,
  • stubborn and insistent,
  • turbulent, red,
  • unexpected and entirely unacceptable,
  • long ungratified,
  • long-deferred and persistent,
  • fierce and inexplicable,
  • sensual, super-sensual,
  • vague and inexpressible,
  • gladly avowed,
  • astonishing, maddening,
  • electric, restless,
  • least subconscious,
  • unwanted, shameful,
  • overwhelming unreasoning,
  • passionate and belated,
  • brutal and overpowering,
  • vague inopportune,
  • keen, sensuous,
  • strong and very creditable,
  • keen and quite unprecedented,
  • childish but understandable,
  • blind, present,
  • secret and ardent,
  • passionate instinctive,
  • unformed restless,
  • eager and impotent,
  • strong and very general,
  • sole insatiable,
  • sincere and wholly disinterested,
  • laudable and most persistent,
  • probably long-standing,
  • intense and probably long-standing,
  • present, strong,
  • self-sacrificing but unavailing,
  • passionate overwhelming,
  • absurd but genuine,
  • blinding unsatisfied,
  • eager, blind,
  • undiminished, ardent,
  • healthful and active,
  • inordinate and irrational,
  • heartfelt, joyful,
  • usual and often recurrent,
  • immoderate and eager,
  • urgent, furious,
  • new ineffable,
  • aspiring emotional,
  • ceaseless and strong,
  • foolhardy and reckless,
  • hard and almost angry,
  • unchanged sexual,
  • intensely mad,
  • ardent but useless,
  • bare bloodthirsty,
  • satisfying thy,
  • absurd and awful,
  • deep hungry,
  • irresistible and savage,
  • timid, restless,
  • unconquerably malicious,
  • whimsical and remarkable,
  • general and affectionate,
  • other, sensuous,
  • single and profound,
  • vicious and yet invincible,
  • great but hitherto unsatisfied,
  • permanent, persistent,
  • human and specially feminine,
  • feeble wild,
  • spurious and sordid,
  • senseless and irresistible,
  • sensitive, selfish,
  • submissive, conditional,
  • wildest and most incomprehensible,
  • anxious scrupulous,
  • anxious conscientious,
  • apparent inane,
  • constant, fundamental,
  • just unalloyed,
  • inordinate and irresistible,
  • external and selfish,
  • strong and unsatisfied,
  • irresistible sensuous,
  • pathetic and very obvious,
  • golden and unchangeable,
  • deep aspiring,
  • systematic and selfish,
  • feverish and irritating,
  • rational and noble,
  • nearly unavoidable,
  • persistent and irresistible,
  • perhaps overzealous,
  • sudden outrageous,
  • terrible and disgusting,
  • male virile,
  • intense, world-wide,
  • thine ultimate,
  • insatiable human,
  • down fierce,
  • ever livelier,
  • strange innate,
  • excessive or inordinate,
  • greedy, voluptuous,
  • childish, obstinate,
  • least implicit,
  • rightful, natural,
  • horrible, humiliating,
  • unceasingly active,
  • high effective,
  • insatiable and indefatigable,
  • pathetic and futile,
  • intense elemental,
  • special and ardent,
  • selfish, carnal,
  • old and haunting,
  • pleasing soft,
  • genuine and solid,
  • impetuous and immature,
  • passionate, hysterical,
  • horrible bloodthirsty,
  • sufficiently sincere,
  • dark, dazed,
  • straight and clean,
  • haunting, wistful,
  • once intense,
  • intense immediate,
  • misguided and heroic,
  • overeager, ignorant,
  • historic and ferocious,
  • splendid and perfectly clean,
  • powerful, possessive,
  • sullen but unmistakable,
  • lowest and most automatic,
  • constant malevolent,
  • absolutely satanic,
  • inanimate and yet ferocious,
  • savage unrequited,
  • crazed, lustful,
  • sudden, greedy,
  • ridiculous but nevertheless strong,
  • newfound and undisciplined,
  • thought-out, reasonable,
  • crazy, unaccountable,
  • brief, abnormal,
  • partly mischievous,
  • involuntary fierce,
  • awake pure,
  • greedy great,
  • barbarous or slavish,
  • urgent instinctive,
  • faint, unknown,
  • mere blood-thirsty,
  • fond unnamed,
  • inconceivably ardent,
  • sex fanatics sexual,
  • sore and vain,
  • excessive venereal,
  • evident and officious,
  • innate passionate,
  • clamorous and persistent,
  • wild, cynical,
  • inordinate and almost irresistible,
  • old puppyish,
  • perpetually unsatisfied,
  • especial and urgent,
  • importantly sexual,
  • honest and exclusive,
  • ardent fond,
  • else unanswered,
  • irrational, absurd,
  • feverish and gloomy,
  • humble, confident,
  • average or general,
  • apparently diurnal,
  • unusually resolute,
  • mutual and long-cherished,
  • selfish, bold,
  • overwhelming nostalgic,
  • laudable and convenient,
  • fatuous puerile,
  • unreasonable and indiscriminating,
  • madly fevered,
  • wild, unconquerable,
  • intuitive, female,
  • almost loony,
  • old and overwhelming,
  • elemental, savage,
  • mere covetous,
  • perpetual and insatiable,
  • love sexual,
  • greedy and insatiable,
  • immense sexual,
  • strange inquisitive,
  • vague and passionate,
  • selfish, bestial,
  • new and soft,
  • sudden maddening,
  • extraordinary passionate,
  • sincere and unequivocal,
  • happy, passionate,
  • normal and intelligent,
  • continual mad,
  • ardent and unremitting,
  • strange unsatisfied,
  • animal, sensual,
  • rather artless,
  • noble and ardent,
  • ardent and irrepressible,
  • anxious and sincere,
  • low and dull,
  • false and fond,
  • selfish, low,
  • lovely past,
  • forward vain,
  • less judicial,
  • foolish and ill-advised,
  • small contrary,
  • sudden, potent,
  • nevertheless strong,
  • particularly ardent,
  • wholly guilty,
  • sheer feverish,
  • vague distressed,
  • sick, vague,
  • nervous but impractical,
  • limitless and yet unsatisfied,
  • perfectly reasonable and proper,
  • sudden and absolutely absurd,
  • horrible, lustful,
  • inexplicable and finally cruel,
  • recurrent and essentially vicious,
  • furtive but strong,
  • undying, sweet,
  • anxious and almost covetous,
  • passionate unfulfilled,
  • unsatisfied selfish,
  • thrice eager,
  • new and thrice eager,
  • unconquerable and unaccountable,
  • intense and impotent,
  • persistent and undeniable,
  • dim and inarticulate,
  • rather irresistible,
  • certain insatiable,
  • almost covetous,
  • single sensual,
  • imperious physical,
  • simple undifferentiated,
  • single enthusiastic,
  • finally cruel,
  • sinful and foolish,
  • other unacknowledged,
  • thine uttermost,
  • sheer mortal,
  • earlier unprecedented,
  • unappeasable and patriotic,
  • eager and legitimate,
  • eager and fearful,
  • rather charming and innocent,
  • immediate and undisguised,
  • stupid, insidious,
  • instantaneous, little-girl,
  • evil or corrupt,
  • strong, innate,
  • strong and pretty general,
  • eccentric and cruel,
  • obstinate and ardent,
  • thy knowledgeable,
  • uncontrollable, inexpressible,
  • eager, despairing,
  • sober and laudable,
  • unsatisfied, hungry,
  • new, frantic,
  • eager and insatiable,
  • violent and indiscreet,
  • sincere and anxious,
  • strong and disinterested,
  • strong superficial,
  • unspoken but obvious,
  • grand hereditary,
  • momentary wild,
  • sexual and possessive,
  • own near-pathological,
  • sometimes scarce,
  • sincere and paramount,
  • good-natured merciful,
  • probably sinless,
  • intense but probably sinless,
  • government universal,
  • own avid,
  • near-pathological,
  • intensely eager,
  • sudden, morbid,
  • sleepy but strong,
  • greatest, fondest,
  • constant and overwhelming,
  • infamous and hateful,
  • vague, powerful,
  • warm, definite,
  • irresistible and frequent,
  • hot, wrenching,
  • candid and childlike,
  • sudden and rather absurd,
  • mad, primitive,
  • pure, unbounded,
  • widespread national,
  • sudden, sinister,
  • secret deep,
  • small wicked,
  • rabid, irrational,
  • fervent habitual,
  • unclean animal,
  • foolish, immature,
  • madly unreasoning,
  • general and urgent,
  • mere dutch,
  • unsatisfied sexual,
  • deep and violent,
  • well-nigh impersonal,
  • natural youthful,
  • natural and laudable,
  • sincere and ardent,
  • almost uncontrollable,
  • almost irresistible.
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