hanker[ hang-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF hanker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HANKER
There's days when I feel uneasy every minute and hanker for a deck underneath me.
I was too busy to hanker for a stump speech, so I cut across his bows.
Here, by Godfreys, they don't give us no time to hanker for nothin'.
If you hanker to go to Boston, go you shall, and no thanks to me.
Trivial might some say who hanker after giantesque composition.
It was characteristic of Jamie that still he did not hanker for more money.
He'd better bend his own back at that work, and then it's not mint he'll hanker after, no fear!
That is not the kind of greatness of country that I hanker for very seriously.
I can make a living for myself and my small family, and we do not hanker after riches.
I hanker for a chance to cross the street, but they won't let me.