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This report tries to pull out what we can learn from these experiences at a moment when it seems like there is a lot of appetite from governments and from advocacy groups for more regulation.

Amid strong investor appetite for electric-vehicle companies, a startup backed by Bill Gates plans to raise $1 billion by going public.

From Fortune

In many quarters, there’s a strong appetite for a smaller scale, for mom-and-pop and indie and artisanal.

I think what seems to be building in America is a growing appetite and a growing recognition that this isn’t working for our country.

Typically, e-commerce sales would now be entering a lull ahead of the scramble of sale days and shopping in November and December, said Watson, who doesn’t expect the last five months to dampen the appetite for the upcoming holiday spending spree.

From Digiday

To whet your appetite, you can relive that glorious moment (and watch other programs from the 2014 summit) here.

In “Cartoons and Cereal,” he sings, “Reminisce when I had the morning appetite/ Apple Jacks, had nothing that I hit the TV Guide.”

At the time of the flight she had “regained her appetite” and was able to walk with assistance as well.

In addition to headaches and restlessness, she had lost her appetite and a lot of weight.

It was also her open sexual appetite, which Cooke brings up in section after section of the book.

And having an enormous appetite he was fortunate in being expert at finding angleworms.

Then a nervous, anxious feeling that takes away my appetite, and prevents me from eating my dinner.

Of this meal all heartily partook, for a Korean is never guilty of having a poor appetite.

Supper being endedit may be easily conceived that Oliver had no great appetite for itMr.

I gave the most willing consent; a ride of thirty miles had given me the appetite of a hunter.


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to appetite, such as: craving, demand, fondness, greed, hunger, and inclination.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.