- What do you call a person who is willing to learn?
- What do you call someone who is hungry for knowledge?
- What is a willing person?
- What’s another word for willing?
- What is a word for willing to try new things?
- Is willing to meaning?
- What is another word for want?
- What is another word for wanting something badly?
- What is it called when you really want something?
- What’s a word for something you want but can’t have?
- What is a strong need for something?
- What to do when you can’t have what you want?
- What do you say when you want something?
What do you call a person who is willing to learn?
fertile mind eager to learn or know; inquisitive.
What do you call someone who is hungry for knowledge?
inquisitiveness; eagerness to learn; thirst for knowledge; appetite for knowledge; desire to know; lust for learning.
What is a willing person?
A willing person does their work energetically and enthusiastically: a willing helper.
What’s another word for willing?
What is another word for willing?
What is a word for willing to try new things?
enterprising. adjective. willing to try or think of new ideas or methods.
Is willing to meaning?
The phrase “be willing to” gets its meaning from the adjective “willing.” The adjective “willing” means to be ready, eager or prepared to do something.
What is another word for want?
What is another word for want?
|be partial to||care for|
What is another word for wanting something badly?
hope; languish; long for; pine; to want something very badly; yearn; have one’s heart set on.
What is it called when you really want something?
Some common synonyms of want are covet, crave, desire, and wish. While all these words mean “to have a longing for,” want specifically suggests a felt need or lack.
What’s a word for something you want but can’t have?
I like the word ‘unrequited’. It means something (usually something emotional) that you cannot have or cannot force someone to give to you. Often used in the phrase ‘unrequited love’. Other words with similar meaning would be ‘unobtainable’ or ‘unattainable’ or even ‘ungratifiable’ (or simply ‘ungratified’).
What is a strong need for something?
Desire is a strong feeling, worthy or unworthy, that impels to the attainment or possession of something that is (in reality or imagination) within reach: a desire for success. Craving implies a deep and imperative wish for something, based on a sense of need and hunger: a craving for food, companionship.
What to do when you can’t have what you want?
How Not To Care When You Don’t Get What You Want
- Enjoy What You Already Have. Maybe you’ve been spending too much time thinking about what you lack rather than enjoying what you have.
- Focus On Something New.
- Hobbies Can Help.
- Exercise Is Great.
- Spend Time With Friends.
- Think About What Really Matters In Life.
- Volunteer To Help Others.
- Help With Learning How Not To Care.
What do you say when you want something?
When you ask someone for something, or you ask them to do something for you, it is essential to be as polite as possible. Here are some ways that you can be polite. A “hello” and a smile go a long way! Say “hello” at the beginning of your request.