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What Does Desire Mean?

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The word desire is defined as the feeling that accompanies an unsatisfied state. To desire (something) means to feel a desire for it or to have a desire for it. A strong feeling of wanting something is defined as desire. To desire (for something) is to crave, hope, expect and wish for it. An inclination to want things is known as desire. It is the nature of all human beings to desire things. Something that is desired for is also known as a desire. To desire for something also means to express a desire for it.

In terms of sex, a desire is the first stage of the cyclical process of sexual responses. Desire, in the sexual context, is characterised by the strong urge of a person to have sex with, get sexually intimate with or satisfy (gratify) someone's sexual needs. It is also known as the libido. It is the unconscious force that drives or motivates people to do something.
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Well my name is Desire so it means want, crave, wish for its french appetite sexual a strong felling
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The term desire means to wish or crave for something. Desire is also the name of famous music album recorded by Bob Dylan. It was released in the year 1976.    It is said to be one of the most successful albums of Bob Dylan, the album made it to the number 1 on the U.S. Billboard Pop album charts and stayed there for a period of five weeks. This was also one of Dylan's top-selling albums, and it reached the no#3 position of UK charts.    Nearly all the songs for the album were written in partnership with Jacques Levy and is also for famous its controversial title track, "Hurricane", which narrates the story of boxer Rubin Carter. Carter was basically sentenced to jail, for the assassination of three people in the year 1966 and was released on appeal nearly after twenty years.
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