Likewise, the muted Moonves seems to be craving some wiggle room of his own.
High off success with their Fantasy Football league, the group was craving even more competition.
I was unstable, moody, craving confrontation, drinking heavily to keep my demons at bay—and filing for separation and divorce.
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So here Obama is, craving security and adulation, but being denied both.
Nevertheless the craving endured, at times a positive hunger.
Here she was at rest, her eager, craving heart was full and satisfied.
Every creature assists in its own formation, souls being essentially creative and craving form.
They create a craving that cannot be satisfied, and ideals that are unreal.
After this the young man appeared from time to time, craving a draught of wisdom at the fountain-head.
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.