|had an urge to, wanted to||felt like|
|a long time, able to reach considerable distance, accented, after certain time, at another time, beyond what is wanted, continuing over a great distance; having a great height; extended, prolonged; tedious; broad, comprehensive; far-reaching, descended...||long|
|a poke, incite somebody to action, incitement to action, poke somebody or something, thrust, jab; rod, staff, long pointed instrument, poking instrument, spur, urge, goad; poke, push, thrust; stimulate, incite; energize, rouse||prod|
|abundant supply, generosity, generosity; money given as reward (often for the execution or capture of a wanted criminal)||bounty|
|adjust the cabin pressure inside an airplane; apply force or weight, press; compel, subject to mental stress, urge, increase air pressure in container, increase air pressure in enclosed space, put fluid under pressure||pressurize|
|admonition, urging, advice, council, giving of advice, something intended to urge or persuade||exhortation|
|advertising campaign, assist by pushing or lifting, encouragement, improve something, increase in something, increase something, push or lift from below, shove; raising, lift; incentive, raise voltage in something, raise; push; urge, shoplift, vigorous...||boost|
|after all others; finally, at the end; most recently, after all the others, be able to be used, coming after all others; most recent, latest before the present; final, ultimate; newest; most authoritative, definitive; least wanted; least expected; leas...||last|
|agree by conceding, agreement, expose to danger, lessen value of something, potential danger or disgrace, settle a disagreement by making mutual concessions, settling of a disagreement by making mutual concessions, something accepted rather than wanted||compromise|
|aim something, army followers, domesticate animal, entourage, instruct, coach, learn or teach skills, line of gunpowder, linked railroad cars, long moving line, make plant grow as wanted, mechanical series, prepare for sporting competition, produce imp...||train|
|anger, excite, stimulate; prod, urge, stimulate sexual desire in somebody, wake up||arouse|
|as wished for, as wanted||desirably|
|battle cry, call made by bird or animal, cry out, enthusiastic shout; call; heavy breathing sound (characteristic of whooping cough), exclaim something, loud cry, shout enthusiastically, call; breath heavily (as one with whooping cough), urge or drive ...||whoop|
|be unkind to somebody, bring up food, not accept something, not accept transplant, not keep or accept something, refuse, decline, deny, turn down, something or somebody not wanted, something or someone that does not match up to standards; object of low...||reject|
|call to move faster, interj. yoicks, hunting shout used to urge hound hunting dogs to move faster after a fox||hoicks|
|cause to move, force to do, urge into action, drive, force onward, propel forward||impel|
|caused by, compelled by personal need, drive, urged forward; compelled by an inner urge; carried or blown by the wind (i.e. snow or feathers); guided in a particular direction||driven|
|coming, approaching; outgoing; candid, open, future, informative, ready when wanted||forthcoming|
|concept; opinion; idea, urge, desire, impression, items for needlework||notion|
|cool metal, extinguish fire, satisfy a need (esp. thirst); extinguish, put out; cool by immersing in a cold liquid; repress a desire (or urge, etc.); put an end to, destroy; relieve, satisfy thirst, subdue feeling||quench|
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