lust[ luhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF lust
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUST
But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed.
What a setting of blood and lust and flame and rapine for such a hero!
The offspring of pride, and lust, and avarice, it is indigenous to the world.
The mere presence of game does not breed in him a lust to slaughter something.
My God, the very thought of it fills me with the lust of conquest.
There is lust, of course: even the saints had to fight that—Saint Anthony and others.
The sources of that conflict were two: doubts, and the lust of the flesh.
He was on fire with a lust for action as he made his resolutions.
She had done with lust, and the society of her paramours only worried and wearied her.
Thrilling to the lust of battle, the two Americans emerged into an open square.