But, slipping my feet back into ballet flats, I had a moment of yearning to be back in the moon shoe.
And even in less troubling times, many in Hollywood have felt that yearning.
yearning to learn more, his team is soliciting participants for a huge new fertility study.
No one in America is yearning for “empathy” from the Oval Office.
The yearning for a vague idea of “glory” that will come with being part of a greater Russian “whole” runs through everything.
There was a strained, yearning look in her eyes that touched Wilton to the heart.
His heart ached with yearning more intense than any that he could recall.
A profound weariness of the long and severe tension, and a yearning for a return to orderly civil life came over mens minds.
There's something in me that—I think only a son of his could have satisfied my yearning.
And Jerry, looking into her dark eyes, read plainly the yearning and adoration in their depths.
Old English geornan (Mercian), giernan (West Saxon), giorna (Northumbrian), from Proto-Germanic *gernijanan (cf. Gothic gairnjan "to desire," German begehren "to desire"), from *gernaz (cf. Old High German gern, Old Norse gjarn "desirous," Old English georn "eager, desirous," German gern "gladly, willingly"), from PIE root *gher- "to like, want" (see hortatory). Related: Yearned; yearning.