If you crave self-expression, join a creative-writing class.
But he often likens his 1979-self to old American Republicans who crave a conservative status quo more than anything.
The most popular dish is the totto spicy ramen, a standout for those who crave heat.
When Moss sat down with crave expert Moskowitz and another researcher, the table ordered things like egg whites and turkey breast.
Doctors and nurses are fallible humans, and need your help if you want the care you crave.
May we crave leave to direct the attention of the reader for a very few minutes to the grounds on which we decide?
Humanity hungers for international peace, and we crave it with all mankind.
When we crave something, when there are active ideas of desire, there usually are movements of our flexor muscles.
I crave for the balm of Nature, the anodyne of solitude, the breath of Mother Earth.
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.