Definition of 'craving'
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They do these fad diets and have shakes - of course your body's craving food! The Sun (2017)This in itself would help to reduce cravings for sugary foods. The Sun (2010)This craving for attention stems back to your childhood. The Sun (2010)You may have cravings and feel more hungry than usual. The Sun (2013)It can be applied to any craving or intense nagging desire. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Gardening is the perfect exercise and you can beat food cravings by getting up and dancing. The Sun (2006)There is a difference between wanting a treat now and then and always craving sugary foods. The Sun (2012)It can also decrease cravings for sweet foods. Stay Well This Winter (1989)Therefore, are these desires real cravings or can they be resisted? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Give him the attention he's craving rather than putting all your efforts into finding a girlfriend. The Sun (2008)Raise your arms to the sky and breathe deeply, feeling your cravings disappear as you breathe out. The Sun (2014)I also returned with a craving to get back on skis as soon as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It certainly seems that after the festive fun had worn off, the publicity seeking pair went back to craving some attention. The Sun (2014)Sometimes I can feel my body craving them. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But after a few days, boredom, hunger pangs and cravings get the better of you. The Sun (2012)I've already got an intense craving for next week's episode. The Sun (2014)
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