appetite (n.) Old form(s): apetite
sexual desire, passion
Cym I.vii.43[Iachimo to Innogen, of his amazement] It cannot be ... i'th' appetite [also: hunger]
LC.166[] O appetite from judgement stand aloof!
Luc.9[of Tarquin] This bateless edge on his keen appetite
Sonn.56.2[of love] be it not said / Thy edge should blunter be than appetite
TC II.ii.182[Hector to Paris and Troilus, of laws] To curb those raging appetites that are / Most disobedient and refractory
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