Some would no doubt keep dancing as they waited for the L train, hankering for the next episode of Morning Gloryville.
Indeed, this is not the kind of shop that would appeal to the 50-something woman with a hankering for flash and sizzle.
But Israelis and Palestinians don't vote in U.S. elections, whether they're hankering for peace or not.
There has been no hankering for it or for strong drink since.
Think I'm hankering about being smashed flatter'n a pancake, do you?
"I was brought up in the business, and have a hankering for it yet," returned the young man, frankly.
I liked it much better than that of my father, but still had a hankering for the sea.
"I b'lieve you ha' a hankering arter the lad yet," said Rushmere, tartly.
For all that, a hankering after Beaurepaire was observable in her.
It came from all Paris, urged on by brutish fever, a hankering for death and blood.