yearning

  • 1 Yearning — Flegeton (до 1996) Жанр Мелодичный готик / дум / дэт метал Годы 1994 2010 …

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  • 2 Yearning — may refer to:* Yearning (1990 film), an Armenian drama film * Yearning (album), a 1994 ambient album * Yearning (band), an atmospheric doom metal band from Finland …

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  • 3 Yearning — Pays d’origine  Finlande Genre musical doom metal Années d activité 1996 – Aujourd hui Labels …

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  • 4 yearning — index desire, eager, predisposition, solicitous, will (desire) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5 yearning — [n] desire ache, ambition, appetite, aspiration, craving, craze, eagerness, fancy, fascination, hankering*, hunger, infatuation, liking, longing, love, need, passion, thirst, urge, want; concepts 20,709 …

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  • 6 yearning — [yʉr′niŋ] n. [ME yerning < OE girninge: see YEARN + ING] deep or anxious longing, desire, etc …

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  • 7 yearning — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, desperate, great, passionate ▪ nostalgic, romantic, wistful ▪ spiritual …

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  • 8 yearning — n. 1) to express; feel a yearning for 2) a strong yearning 3) a yearning for 4) a yearning to + inf. (she has a yearning to visit the village where she was born) …

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  • 9 yearning — yearn|ing [ˈjə:nıŋ US ˈjə:r ] n [U and C] literary a strong desire for something = ↑longing yearning for ▪ a yearning for travel yearning to do sth ▪ He had a deep yearning to return to his home town …

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  • 10 yearning — [[t]jɜ͟ː(r)nɪŋ[/t]] yearnings N VAR: oft N for n, N to inf A yearning for something is a very strong desire for it. He spoke of his yearning for another child... He always had a yearning to be a schoolteacher. Syn: longing …

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  • 11 yearning — noun (C, U) a strong desire or feeling of wanting something (+ for): an actor with a yearning for recognition | a yearning to do sth: a yearning to travel …

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  • 12 yearning — UK [ˈjɜː(r)nɪŋ] / US [ˈjɜrnɪŋ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms yearning : singular yearning plural yearnings mainly literary a strong feeling that you get when you want something very much, especially something that you know you may not… …

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  • 13 Yearning — Yearn Yearn (y[ e]rn), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Yearned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Yearning}.] [Also earn, ern; probably a corruption of OE. ermen to grieve, AS. ierman, yrman, or geierman, geyrman, fr. earm wretched, poor; akin to D. & G. arm, Icel. armr,… …

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  • 14 yearning — noun Date: before 12th century a tender or urgent longing < a yearning for justice > …

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  • 15 yearning — yearningly, adv. /yerr ning/, n. 1. deep longing, esp. when accompanied by tenderness or sadness: a widower s yearning for his wife. 2. an instance of such longing. [bef. 900; ME; OE gierninge. See YEARN, ING1] Syn. 1. See desire. * * * …

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  • 16 yearning — noun A wistful or melancholy longing. She had a yearning to see her long lost sister again. See Also: yearn …

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  • 17 yearning — noun a yearning for the mountains Syn: longing, craving, desire, want, wish, hankering, urge, hunger, thirst, appetite, lust, ache; informal yen, itch …

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  • 18 yearning — /ˈjɜnɪŋ/ (say yerning) noun 1. deep longing, especially when tinged with tenderness or sadness. 2. an instance of it. –adjective 3. longing: a yearning look. {yearn + ing1} –yearningly, adverb …

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  • 19 yearning — yearn ► VERB ▪ have an intense feeling of loss and longing for something. DERIVATIVES yearner noun yearning noun. ORIGIN Old English, from a Germanic base meaning eager …

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  • 20 yearning — Synonyms and related words: Amor, Christian love, Eros, Heimweh, Platonic love, aching, admiration, adoration, affection, agape, ardency, ardor, attachment, bodily love, brotherly love, caritas, charity, conjugal love, desiderium, desire,… …

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