en
yearn

Meaning: tr
özlemek, hasret olmak, çok arzu etmek
He yearned for her to come home.
At the height of the Cold War, my father decided, like so many others in the forgotten corners of the world, that his yearning - his dream - required the freedom and opportunity promised by the West.
Mr President, it was yearning for democracy that brought down the Berlin Wall.
Man has many wishes that he does not really wish to fulfil, and it would be a misunderstanding to suppose the contrary. He wants them to remain wishes, they have value only in his imagination; their fulfilment would be a bitter disappointment to him. Such a desire is the desire for eternal life. If it were fulfilled, man would become thoroughly sick of living eternally, and yearn for death.
She looked as if there were a spell upon her, keeping her motionless and hindering her from unclasping her hands, while some intense, grave yearning was imprisoned within her eyes.
The 'gold' yearned for by the Japanese synchronized swimming world was not quite reached.
I often yearn for home.
For a pillow like this all men do yearn but that - quite frankly - is not my concern.
She yearns for her family.
Nothing can keep me from yearning for freedom.
Added on 2015-06-21 | by m1gin | View: 490

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