The Daily Pic: The late Thomas Kinkade gave us the sweetness we crave.
If you crave self-expression, join a creative-writing class.
Although I rarely eat or crave chicken liver now, I have had the good fortune to be graced by her refined sister, the pâté.
But he often likens his 1979-self to old American Republicans who crave a conservative status quo more than anything.
I grew up in Matthews, North Carolina, and saw it as a very normal upbringing, so I crave normalcy and a slower pace.
May we crave leave to direct the attention of the reader for a very few minutes to the grounds on which we decide?
I crave thy pardon if I have transgressed beyond the limits of my duty.
When we crave something, when there are active ideas of desire, there usually are movements of our flexor muscles.
The words sent a chill to the heart of one born to hope, to will, to crave.
Vehemence of character counts for more than completeness of doctrine, and they crave a battle-cry, not a dissertation.
Old English crafian "ask, implore, demand by right," from North Germanic *krabojan (cf. Old Norse krefja "to demand," Danish kræve, Swedish kräva); perhaps related to craft in its base sense of "power." Current sense "to long for" is c.1400, probably through intermediate meaning "to ask very earnestly" (c.1300). Related: Craved; craving.