My arms have starved for you so—do you think they're going to loosen now?
"Poor chap's only starved to death," said Mrs. Gwilt-Athelstan.
I'd been whipped, an' starved, an' I was always prayin', 'Oh!
The hunger for the manhunt is like the hunger for food, and Bill Dozier had been starved for many a day.
"You're as thin as a starved—wolf," she said, and closed her eyes and shuddered.
You are going to pay me for the five years I have starved making money for you—that, too!
They'd rather have starved their summer church in the Adirondacks than nursed it with my help!
Then I asked to earn my bread; but without you I might have starved.
He first starved, and then tricked me; and if I could I'd kill him.'
But for him, I should have starved in that long illness I had, when the office would have me no longer.