hanker

Hanker vs Craving - What's the difference?

hanker | craving |


As verbs the difference between hanker and craving

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

As a noun craving is

a strong desire; yearning.

Hanker vs Coveted - What's the difference?

hanker | coveted |


As verbs the difference between hanker and coveted

is that hanker is to crave, want or desire while coveted is (covet).

As an adjective coveted is

highly sought-after.

Hanker vs Solicit - What's the difference?

hanker | solicit | Related terms |

Hanker is a related term of solicit.


As verbs the difference between hanker and solicit

is that hanker is to crave, want or desire while solicit is to persistently endeavor to obtain an object, or bring about an event.

Hanker vs Entreat - What's the difference?

hanker | entreat | Related terms |

Hanker is a related term of entreat.


As verbs the difference between hanker and entreat

is that hanker is to crave, want or desire while entreat is (obsolete) to treat, or conduct toward; to deal with; to use.

As a noun entreat is

.

Miss vs Hanker - What's the difference?

miss | hanker |


As a noun miss

is form of address for an unmarried woman.

As a verb hanker is

to crave, want or desire.

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.

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