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hungry Quotes

30 of the best book quotes about hungry
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All movement is a sign of thirst. Most speaking really says “I am hungry to know you.” Every desire of your body is holy; Every desire of your body is holy. Dear one, Why wait until you are dying To discover that divine Truth?”
Shams-al-Din Mohammad Hafez
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Hafiz On Love
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″ On Tuesday he ate through two pears, but he was still hungry.”
Caterpillar
Narrator
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growing
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“On Wednesday he ate through three plums, but he was still hungry.”
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“My baby will be here! He will want to eat.”
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“But he was still hungry.”
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“I have a friend, he thought—I have a friend now. A hungry friend, but a good one. I have a friend named fire.”
Brian
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fire
friends
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“Excuse me, but I’m very hungry. Do you think I could have tea with you?”
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“The next day my mother dragged Fudge to Dr. Cone’s office. He told her to leave him alone. That Fudge would eat when he got hungry. I reminded my mother that I’d told her the same thing—and for free. But I guess my mother didn’t believe either one of us because she took Fudge to see three more doctors.”
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“Annie Rose was hungry as well as tired. She began to cry. Then Alfie began to cry too. He didn’t like being all by himself on the wrong side of the door.”
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“They ate up the few vegetables that were left in their storm-wracked gardens. They ate up the salted pilchards that were left in the cellars. Mowzer hated vegetables and the pilchards were took salty for her taste. Soon there was nothing left. The cats and their people grew very hungry.”
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“I’m going to fill my hungry empty tummy with something yummy yummy yummy!”
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“After a while Mrs Wolf began to feel empty, so she went into the kitchen. But she didn’t turn on the kettle. No. She turned on the oven. Then she tiptoed up to the piglet’s bedroom.”
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“But nobody wanted any caps that morning. Nobody wanted even a red cap. He began to feel very hungry, but he had no money for lunch.”
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“Abel passed Johnny half a sandwich, generously, because Abel was hungry too, but he thought he would have good at home tonight. Johnny might not have any.”
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“He felt tired and hungry too, so without stopping on the way he ran back home.”
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“The birds took no notice of him. They went on singing, in their thin, hungry voices. It was a long time since they had sung. Now they sang very low, and very sadly.”
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“Why couldn’t they understand she had been hungry: now she wasn’t? Now she wanted to listen to Daddy telling about the blacks.”
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“Just as he was looking to see if he had anything left to eat, something hit him on the head. It was a tangerine. He had been sleeping right under a tree full of big, fat tangerines.”
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“He seemed hungry, so Johnny gave him a piece of maple sugar. On the way home, the bear ate all the maple sugar Johnny had in his pocket.”
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“Tom knew that he was in the wrong, of course, but they need not have made such a fuss. Aunt Gwen was most upset because, if Tom slipped into the larder at night, that meant he was hungry. She was not feeding him properly.”
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“Mariners have often told me that they consider sea gulls to be good luck and always feed them by throwing garbage overboard. I didn’t have any garbage at that early stage of my trip and couldn’t afford to spare any of my precious food for feeding birds so I had to risk misfortune and let the gulls go hungry.”
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“As the Men got hungrier and hungrier, they also got angrier and angrier; and the Women, on their part, got stubborner and stubborner.”
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“Jonathan’s mother liked company but sometimes- oh, once in a while- she wished they did not have so much of it. Or that the aunts and uncles and cousins were not quite so hungry.”
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“The small creatures could not find enough to eat, but it was not so with Jonathan’s aunts and uncles and cousins.”
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“There was hardly anything he didn’t like, and Johnny’s mother got pretty upset when he started looking for things on the kitchen shelves.”
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″‘I like you, Ma.’ ‘You and them hounds and all the rest o’ the stock,′ she said. ‘Mighty lovin’ on an empty belly and me with a dish in my hand.′ ‘That’s the way you’re purtiest,’ he said, and grinned.”
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“He was thinking that perhaps the voyage would be longer than the little girls expected, so that one day the food would run out; and because he was very fat, he was afraid of being eaten.”
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“Because, besides Ameliar-anne, who was the eldest, there were some five other little Stigginses to feed.”
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“Ameliar-anne seemed to be terribly hungry, for her plate was nearly always empty...”
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“I’m glad you saw, ‘cos I didn’t take a bit more’n what I could easy have ate; and the five of them’s got colds in their heads, and when I left them they were all howlin’ somethink awful, and I couldn’t bear to go home and tell them everything and them not have a bite as you might say.”

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