Definition of craving
: an intense, urgent, or abnormal desire or longing a craving for chocolate a craving for new experiences
Examples of craving in a Sentence
I had a sudden craving for french fries, so I pulled into the nearest fast-food restaurant.
a pregnant woman with a craving for pickles
Recent Examples of craving from the Web
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One of the key acquisitions in a busy offseason for the Fire, Nikolic is filling his craving for goals with big helpings this season.
These symptoms may include craving, anxiety, pain and cramping.
The night before the Atlantic 10 tournament in St. Louis, Davidson shortstop Alec Acosta had a late-night craving for burritos.
Any UAB student or late-night denizen will tell you Al's Deli, open 24/7, will satisfy that craving morning, noon, or night.
Firefighters in Palm Beach use suboxone to help reduce heroin cravings in addicts, but Tunick is not a big fan of the practice.
No Central Valley almond, Los Angeles swimming pool, Palm Springs golf course, Fresno lawn, Nestle water bottle, Napa wine, Humboldt pot farm, or Merced River salmon is going to satisfy your craving for a culprit.
The Apple Pan, a non-fast-food burger joint in West LA, has satisfied carnivorous cravings since 1947.
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CRAVING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of craving for English Language Learners
: a very strong desire for something
CRAVING Defined for Kids
Definition of craving for Students
: a great desire or longing I have a craving for pizza.
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