Thesaurus / famish

opposites of famish

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In many places it strives to famish them, or takes delight in annoying them.
Rag lets Famish accompany him to Tattersall's, and sells him bargains in horse-flesh, and uses Famish's cab.
THE BOOK OF SNOBSWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
"I lack some bread to give to those that famish, and I'll pay for that which I receive," was her reply.
Already languishing from sheer fatigue, must she now famish also?
A GENTLEMAN PLAYERROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
Never varlets So triumph'd o'er an old fat man: I was famish'd.
Domitius therefore by preparing for his defence, and Marsus by seeming determined to famish, both protracted their lives.
I famish to begin again—and I will make time for that, and the girls too!
THE YOUNG STEP-MOTHERCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
Rag was a gambling snob, and Famish a drunken snob,—but they were not specially military snobs.
THACKERAYANTHONY TROLLOPE
But the tendency to famish us displayed by our Rulers was not calculated to improve the morale of a civilian, or any, army.
I sat on a hay-stack, and spoke nothing for some hours; for I was to famish them from words.
GEORGE FOXGEORGE FOX

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