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Example Sentences for "appetite"

My son does a lot of sports, so he has quite an appetiteI didn't have much appetite when I was sick, but now that I'm feeling better, I'm starving.

My son does a lot of sports, so he has quite an appetite. He can empty our fridge in a single meal!

The meal the children made didn't look very appetizing, but it tasted pretty good.

Americans' appetite for wine has increased significantly over the last few years.

My favorite bar offers free appetizers, like chicken wings, on Friday nights.

The food at that restaurant tastes excellent, and is appetizingly arranged on your plate, as well.

Beef is generally dyed red in order to make it more appetizing looking.

Aristotle once noted that every action is due to one or other of seven causes: chance, nature, compulsion, habit, reasoning, anger, or appetite.

Singer Madonna once said that everyone thinks she has an incredible sexual appetite, but in truth, she would rather read a book.

There is a Polish proverb which observes that a good appetite needs no sauce.

According to acupuncturists, there is a point on the head that you can press to control your appetite.

I lost my appetite for meat after seeing a television program about the treatment of animals on some farms.

Health experts advise that you should always believe a small child who indicates he or she has swallowed something, no matter how unappetizing the substance may appear.

We worked up quite an appetite moving furniture all day, so by the time supper arrived we were ready for a big meal.

Find someone who has a big appetite.


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