verb (used with object), de·sired, de·sir·ing.
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Origin of desire
synonym study for desire
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Just gather your ingredients, follow the recipe for the flavor you desire, and have some sprinkles and hot fudge sauce on hand for a self-serve sundae bar.Ice cream makers to help you chill out on a hot day|PopSci Commerce Team|July 8, 2020|Popular Science
In fact, your energy, your emotion, your desire to right this wrong, is a critical part of the solution.It’s time to grieve the world we’ve lost to climate change—and start to move on|Eric Holthaus|July 7, 2020|Popular Science
If dough is very wet and sticky, add up to an additional ¼ cup of flour to achieve desired consistency.A Cinnamon Roll Recipe From Two Beloved Italian Restaurant Owners|Patty Diez|July 7, 2020|Eater
The 1450-watt oven can take less than 12 minutes to toast your pizza to your desired crispness.
For most of us, most of the time, it is our personal relationships of trust, our desire for acceptance, and the actions we witness around us that have the greatest influence on our behavior.The coronavirus crisis is increasing the risk of bank fraud. Here’s how banks can play defense|matthewheimer|July 7, 2020|Fortune
British Dictionary definitions for desire
Other words from desireRelated adjective: orectic
Derived forms of desiredesirer, noun
Word Origin for desire
Idioms and Phrases with desire
see leave a lot to be desired.