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Results for: amorous or lustful stare, desirous look, stare amorously or lustfully; eye, stare at somebody desirouslyTranslations 1 - 30 of 63
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amorous or lustful stare, desirous look, stare amorously or lustfully; eye, stare at somebody desirouslyogle
(Archaic) lustful, lascivious; yearning for delicacies; greedylickerish
(British) gape, stare stupidly with an open mouthgawp
(Slang) foolishly amorous and sentimental; simple, stupid, silly, (Slang) one who behaves in a foolishly amorous and sentimental manner; idiot, somebody sentimental, spooneyspoony
adhering, drawing attention, grasping, greedy, lustful, avaricious, covetous, overtly sexualgrabby
ambitious, desirous (of success); emulative, imitative, eager to rival somebody or something, motivated by rivalryemulous
amorous behavior, competitive physical activity, derision, enjoy yourself, for informal wear, for sporting activities, form of address, frolic, play; engage in sports; ridicule; trifle, joke, tease; show off, display ostentatiously, gambler, game, athl...sport
amorously, lovinglyamatively
angry look, be unpleasantly bright, black ice, excessive brightness, gaudy ornamentation, look angrily, media spotlight, radiance, brilliance; blinding light; piercing look; angry look, shine, flash; dazzle, blind; stare in an angry manner, stare at pi...glare
angry look, glare silently, look at with an angry expression, scowl, stare sullenly, frownglower
appreciation of something, attention, center of a storm, expression, eyespot, hole in needle, look at something, stare, loop part of fastener, new shoot on potato, opinion, organ of vision, organ used for seeing, power of sight, tasty cut of meat, visi...eye
as one that is desirous of bloodshedbloodthirstily
aspiring, desirous of success ; requiring great effort, having strong desire for success, needing great effort to succeed, strongly desirousambitious
avid, greedy; passionately or excessively desirousdevouring
awkward and stupid person, lout, dolt, clumsy person, stare, ogle; gape foolishlygawk
be amorous, eat food using spoon, eating utensil, golf club, hit ball up, hollow out, quantity of drug, shiny fishing lure, take up in a spoon, transfer in a spoon; eat with a spoon; behave in an affectionate or sentimental manner (Informal), use spoon...spoon
begin to understand, grab something, steal, confiscate; grab; steal a gaze at, stare atglom
behave in playful and alluring way, charming tease, one who teases affectionately; fickle person, inconstant person; sudden movement, quick motion, flick something, somebody behaving in a playfully alluring way, tease affectionately, make amorous advan...flirt
big gap, open a gap, open the mouth, opening of mouth, open-mouthed stare, open-mouthed stare; yawn, stare with an open mouth; yawn, stare with mouth open, width of open mouthgape
bulging, roll the eyes, roll the eyes; open the eyes wide (in a stare), gawk, stare wide-eyed, pop-eyed gaze; rolling of the eyes, wide-eyed staregoggle
carefree, free from amorous attachment, "uninvolved romantically"; free to imaginefancy-free
cause somebody to back down, look somebody directly in the eyes, stare outstare down
defy somebody, face courageously against; embarrass, stare somebody downoutface
desirous; disposed; agreeable, ready; not opposed; enthusiastic; amenable, helpful, offered voluntarily, ready to do something voluntarilywilling
desirously, covetously, avariciously, selfishly, graspinglygreedily
distastefully lustful behavior, lewdness, lustfulness, tendency to indulge sexual desires to an excessive degree; lewd or lecherous actlechery
eager to an exaggerated extent; too eager, overly desirousovereager
eagerly, desirously, arduously, excitedlyzealously
energetic, lustful, strong and healthy, vigorous, strong; full of vitality and life; enthusiastic; lustful, lecherouslusty
envious, jealous, covetous, desirous, dissatisfied, resentfulgreen with envy
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