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abstinence the denial of satisfaction of one's appetites, esp. the appetite for certain foods, drugs, or sexual activity. [1/2 definitions]
amphetamine a drug that stimulates the central nervous system, depressing appetite and heightening activity.
apéritif a drink, esp. of an alcoholic beverage, taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite.
appetizer a food or drink served in small portions before a meal to whet the appetite.
appetizing appealing to the appetite.
belly appetite or desire. [1/5 definitions]
bon appétit (French) good appetite (used before a meal to wish diners enjoyment ).
dextroamphetamine a solid compound used to stimulate the central nervous system and control the appetite.
distemper any of various infectious viral diseases affecting mammals, characterized by fever and by diarrhea, vomiting and loss of appetite in dogs and cats, and respiratory difficulties in horses. [1/2 definitions]
hearty of a person's or animal's appetite, large and robust. [1/6 definitions]
indulge to yield to or gratify a desire, appetite, or whim (usu. fol. by "in"). [2/3 definitions]
intemperance lack of restraint in the indulgence of an appetite, esp. the consumption of alcohol. [1/2 definitions]
jaundice a disorder in which excessive amounts of bile get into the blood and cause yellowing of the skin and eyes, sluggishness, and loss of appetite. [1/3 definitions]
munchies a craving or appetite for this food. [1/2 definitions]
sate to fill or satisfy (a hunger, or a person who has an appetite); satiate. [1/2 definitions]
slake to satisfy or relieve (thirst, appetite, lust, or the like) by decreasing the strength or intensity of. [1/3 definitions]
stomach appetite for food. [1/6 definitions]
whet to make keener, as appetite or curiosity; stimulate. [1/5 definitions]