[ uh-huhng-gerd ]

  1. very hungry.

Origin of ahungered

1375–1425; late Middle English ahungred, equivalent to a-a-2 + hungred (past participle of hungren to hunger), modeled on athirst

Words Nearby ahungered

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How to use ahungered in a sentence

  • 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 commonly he goeth to get his livelihood by night, but sometimes by day, when he is sore ahungered.

    The Master of Game | Second Duke of York, Edward
  • That he might look every man fearlessly in the face by day and go ahungered to a scant bed at night.

    The Song of the Wolf | Frank Mayer
  • 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.