What is the meaning of ravenous?

What is the meaning of ravenous?

1 : rapacious ravenous wolves. 2 : very eager or greedy for food, satisfaction, or gratification a ravenous appetite.

What's the meaning of starving?

1 : to suffer or die or cause to suffer or die from lack of food. 2 : to suffer or cause to suffer from a lack of something other than food The dog was starving for affection. starve.

What does dispirited mean?

discouraged; dejected; disheartened; gloomy.

What does the word blue mean?

The definition of blue is having the color that looks like a clear day sky or being sad. An example of blue used as an adjective is the phrase a "blue shirt" which means a shirt that is that color. ... Blue is defined as the color between green and indigo in the rainbow that looks like the clear daytime sky.

How did the color blue get its name?

The modern English word blue comes from Middle English bleu or blewe, from the Old French bleu, a word of Germanic origin, related to the Old High German word blao (meaning shimmering, lustrous). In heraldry, the word azure is used for blue.

Is Bluer a real word?

"Bluer" is more natural than "more blue" in most contexts. But there are contexts where "more blue" would be just as natural as "bluer." This goes for the other one-syllable color words you mention.

What is the adjective of blue?

blue. adjective. /blu/ (bluer, bluest) 1having the color of a clear sky or the ocean on a clear day piercing blue eyes a blue shirt.

What's another name for blue?

What is another word for blue?

What is the connotative meaning of blue?

peace and calmness

Is Blue a proper noun?

The names of colors are generally not proper nouns. Words such as blue, green, orange, yellow, and red are all common nouns, so they are not...

What is a proper noun for girl?

Proper Nouns
common nounproper noun
man, boyJohn
woman, girlMary
country, townEngland, London
companyFord, Sony

What do I capitalize in Spanish?

Capitalization in Spanish

  • In Spanish, the first letter of every sentence is capitalized, as is the first letter of all proper nouns (names of people, cities, countries, places, etc.).
  • The first letter of the first word in titles of books, films, and works of art is generally capitalized.