An instinct thoughtfully implanted by Providence as a solution to the labor question.
The desire for some personal gratification, either of the body or of the mind.
Desire for, or relish of, food or drink; hunger.
Any strong desire; an eagerness or longing.
The thing desired.
The faculty of appetite is sometimes referred to as desire or concupiscence. It refers to the fact that each individual feels a lack of something within himself. To address this emptiness, he turns elsewhere for fulfillment. When he turns to the world his hunger is said to be misdirected, and he goes unsatisfied. But when he turns to God, his faculty of appetite realizes its God-given function.
a feeling of craving something; "an appetite for life"; "the object of life is to satisfy as many appetencies as possible"- Granville Hicks
An instinctive physical desire, especially one for food or drink.
(A-peh-tite) A desire to satisfy a physical or mental need, such as for food, sex, or adventure.
The psychological desire to eat.
is the hunger, craving, desire, taste, ravenousness, sweet tooth, thirst, penchant, or passion we experience. When we have an appetite for something, we don't find it revulsive, repulsive, or distasteful.
the desire for food.
The appetite is the desire to eat food, felt as hunger. Appetite exists in all higher lifeforms, and serves to regulate adequate energy intake to maintain metabolic needs. It is regulated by a close interplay between the digestive tract, adipose tissue and the brain.