appetite in a sentence

He has little appetite for lack of exercise.

The sight of fresh lobster gave me an appetite.

The doctor says stimulus is needed for appetite.

The only thing that doesn’t require skill is an appetite.

Sudden decrease in appetite is sometimes a sign of illness.

Don’t eat those crisps before supper or you’ll spoil your appetite.

Don’t eat too much fruit before supper or you’ll spoil your appetite.

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

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

Robert Burton once remarked that idleness is an appendix to nobility.

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Her son has a big appetite and can eat about half a dozen hamburgers at a time.

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

I didn’t have much appetite when I was sick, but now that I’m feeling better, I’m starving.

Peanuts and almonds give our chocolate bars a delicious crunch, and will satisfy any appetite.

I don’t lose my appetite when I get stressed, rather I can’t calm down unless I eat something.

My son does a lot of sports, so he has quite an appetite.

He can empty our fridge in a single meal!
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.
There is an Italian proverb which states that nothing improves the taste of pasta more than a good appetite.

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

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

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

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