Cacoethes in a sentence

Definition of Cacoethes \kækəʊˈɛθɪk\

urge or desire to do something inadvisable, which cannot be controlled.

Use Cacoethes in a sentence

She has  a cacoethes for speaking slang in public.

Cacoethes for being always the best in a group may make you a far more unhappy person.

Our body’s cacoethes  for junk food is influenced by a number of internal signals.

He felt a sudden cacoethes  to smoke.

The serial killer  had a cacoethes for hurting innocent people.

If specific situations trigger your cacoethes to smoke, changing your routine may help you to quit.

Cacoethes makes man forget his real nature, and reduces him to be status of a beast.

The cacoethes  to brag on his recent successes was irresistible.


The boy has  a cacoethes for playing computer games.