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2. Appetite comes with eating.
3. All that walking has given me an appetite.
4. Don't eat too many nuts-you'll spoil your appetite .
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5. She cloyed her appetite with rich food.
6. I don't have any appetite.
7. He has a good appetite.
8. He has a healthy appetite.
9. He suffered from headaches, insomnia and loss of appetite.
10. I don't have much of an appetite these days.
11. Her appetite for gossip is absolutely indecent.
12. When I was ill I completely lost my appetite.
13. Don't spoil your appetite by eating between meals.
14. The walk has given me a good appetite.
15. He has a gigantic appetite and eats gigantic meals.
16. The appetite, says the proverb, grows with eating.
17. I love reading: I have an insatiable appetite for vicarious experience.
18. His appetite was incredible.
19. I've lost my appetite.
20. All that walking has given me an appetite for dinner.
21. Like so many politicians, he had an insatiable appetite/desire/hunger for power.
22. The symptoms of depression can include poor appetite and weight loss.
23. We worked up a real appetite climbing in the mountains.
24. the unfailing childlike appetite of what's next and the joy of the game of living.
25. The preview was intended to whet your appetite .
26. She has an amazing appetite for knowledge.
27. Money may be the husk of many things, but not the kernel. It brings you food, but not appetite; medicine, but not health; acquaintances, but not friends; servants, but not loyalty; days of joy, but not peace of happiness.
28. I've read an excerpt of the book on the Web and it's whetted my appetite.
29. The odour of food may be a trigger for man's appetite.
30. Do not blame your food because you have no appetite.
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