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[uh-huhng-gerd] /əˈhʌŋ gərd/
adjective, Archaic.
very hungry.
Origin of ahungered
late Middle English
1375-1425; late Middle English ahungred, equivalent to a- a-2 + hungred (past participle of hungren to hunger), modeled on athirst Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • Truly they were ahungered, but could never quite lose their waggishness.

    Two Boys in Wyoming Edward S. Ellis
  • I am ahungered and athirst;—and my very garments are parting from me in my need.

    Phineas Redux

    Anthony Trollope
  • I saw that Sam was to be one of a gigantic new kind of men to whom all who were ahungered and athirst would come to be cared for.

    Over Paradise Ridge Maria Thompson Daviess
  • M. Thou art ahungered, worthy Sakyamuni, ahungered art thou from continued fasts, And thou wilt starve unless thou take and eat.

    The Buddha Paul Carus
  • And know if ever you are weary or ahungered or in want, ye need nivir look me for any help.

    The Turn of the Road Rutherford Mayne
  • No doubt I was often hot, often cold, often footsore, often ahungered and athirst: no doubt; but all that has faded now.

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