hanker

Angling vs Hanker - What's the difference?

angling | hanker |


As verbs the difference between angling and hanker

is that angling is (fishing) while hanker is to crave, want or desire.

As a noun angling

is a form of fishing, with a rod, line and angle (hook) for recreation or sport.

Angle vs Hanker - What's the difference?

angle | hanker |


As a noun angle

is .

As a verb hanker is

to crave, want or desire.

Long vs Hanker - What's the difference?

long | hanker |


As a noun long

is hair; fur; coat.

As a verb hanker is

to crave, want or desire.

Hanker vs Yen - What's the difference?

hanker | yen |


As a verb hanker

is to crave, want or desire.

As an adjective yen is

calm, peaceful.

As a noun yen is

saddle or yen can be sound or yen can be yen.

Hanker vs Lust - What's the difference?

hanker | lust |


As a verb hanker

is to crave, want or desire.

As a noun lust is

pleasure, joy.

Hanker vs Ask - What's the difference?

hanker | ask | Related terms |

Hanker is a related term of ask.


As a verb hanker

is to crave, want or desire.

As a noun ask is

amplitude shift keying.

Hanker vs Eager - What's the difference?

hanker | eager |


As a verb hanker

is to crave, want or desire.

As an adjective eager is

(obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

As a noun eager is

(tidal bore).

Hanker vs Longing - What's the difference?

hanker | longing |


As verbs the difference between hanker and longing

is that hanker is to crave, want or desire while longing is .

As a noun longing is

an earnest and deep, not greatly passionate, but rather melancholic desire.

Hanker vs Beg - What's the difference?

hanker | beg | Related terms |

Hanker is a related term of beg.


As a verb hanker

is to crave, want or desire.

As a noun beg is

.

Hanker vs Pester - What's the difference?

hanker | pester |


As verbs the difference between hanker and pester

is that hanker is to crave, want or desire while pester is to bother, harass or annoy persistently.

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