English version

hungrily

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhungrilyhun‧gri‧ly /ˈhʌŋɡrəli/ adverb 🔊 🔊 1 HUNGRY/WANT TO EATin a way that shows you want to eat something very muchgreedily 🔊 She hungrily ate a slice of bread.2 literaryWANT in a way that shows you want something very much 🔊 He hungrily kissed her mouth.
Examples from the Corpus
hungrilyDevelopers have been eyeing the land hungrily.The two little girls ate hungrily.Kissing her urgently, passionately, hungrily.Those who could not afford to travel, hungrily devoured the pictures in magazines.His mouth moved hungrily, devouring hers, his tongue darting, flickering, suggesting the deeper intimacy to come.While they ate hungrily, Ellen finished her drink, feeling light, warm and happy.The eagle overhead was hungrily seeking a rock on which to drop its prey.
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