appetitive

[adj] - of or relating to appetite
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Appetitive

Ap'pe·ti'tive adjective [ Confer French appétitif .] Having the quality of desiring gratification; as, appetitive power or faculty. Sir M. Hale.
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appetitive

adjective of or relating to appetite; `appetitive needs`
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Appetitive

• (a.) Having the quality of desiring gratification; as, appetitive power or faculty.
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Appetitive

(Lat. ad + petere, to seek) Adjective of appetite. Applied to desire based on animal wants e.g. hunger, sex, etc. The appetitive, along with the ideational and the affective, are the three principal phases of the conscious life. -- L.W.
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