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hungry

(hŭng′grē)
adj. hun·grier, hun·griest
Experiencing a desire or need for food.

hun′gri·ly adv.
hun′gri·ness n.
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The 27-year-old said: "Games like that just make you hungrier for more.
Coming into every game, we understand that we will play teams that are much hungrier than us and we know that every possession counts.
RICKY BURNS is hungrier than ever for world glory as he homes in on a historic third title triumph.
Hungrier I've said on this page recently that Carlo Ancelotti would be a good fit at City but now the Borussia Dortmund boss is on the market I'd be looking at the younger, hungrier manager of the two.
LEWIS Hamilton has suggested his under-privileged upbringing has made him hungrier for this season's Formula One world title than team-mate Nico Rosberg.
The great thing about Mike is that, no matter what he achieves, he just becomes hungrier and hungrier for more and that is what you want from your players.
In fact, the shorter the amount of sleep a person had experienced the hungrier they were.
FORMULA ONE: Mark Webber heads into his 11th Formula One campaign apparently hungrier, sharper and leaner than ever, and seemingly with no intention that this season will be his last in the sport.
I really missed it at the weekend; this club's like my right arm and being away has made me hungrier than ever to get us out of this.
Jedd O'Keefe's apprentice, now back at work and planning to reapply for her licence next March, says: "I am hungrier than ever to ride winners after what happened.