Antonyms of adj esurient

3 senses of esurient

Sense 1
famished, ravenous, sharp-set, starved, esurient -- (extremely hungry; "they were tired and famished for food and sleep"; "a ravenous boy"; "the family was starved and ragged"; "fell into the esurient embrance of a predatory enemy")

INDIRECT (VIA hungry) -> thirsty -- (feeling a need or desire to drink; "after playing hard the children were thirsty")

Sense 2
avid, devouring (prenominal), esurient, greedy -- ((often followed by `for') ardently or excessively desirous; "avid for adventure"; "an avid ambition to succeed"; "fierce devouring affection"; "the esurient eyes of an avid curiosity"; "greedy for fame")

INDIRECT (VIA desirous) -> undesirous, undesiring -- (having or feeling no desire; "a very private man, totally undesirous of public office")

Sense 3
edacious, esurient, rapacious, ravening, ravenous, voracious, wolfish -- (devouring or craving food in great quantities; "edacious vultures"; "a rapacious appetite"; "ravenous as wolves"; "voracious sharks")

INDIRECT (VIA gluttonous) -> abstemious -- (sparing in consumption of especially food and drink; "the pleasures of the table, never of much consequence to one naturally abstemious"- John Galsworthy)

Similarity of adj esurient

3 senses of esurient

Sense 1
famished, ravenous, sharp-set, starved, esurient -- (extremely hungry; "they were tired and famished for food and sleep"; "a ravenous boy"; "the family was starved and ragged"; "fell into the esurient embrance of a predatory enemy")
       => hungry (vs. thirsty) -- (feeling hunger; feeling a need or desire to eat food; "a world full of hungry people")

Sense 2
avid, devouring (prenominal), esurient, greedy -- ((often followed by `for') ardently or excessively desirous; "avid for adventure"; "an avid ambition to succeed"; "fierce devouring affection"; "the esurient eyes of an avid curiosity"; "greedy for fame")
       => desirous (vs. undesirous), wishful -- (having or expressing desire for something; "desirous of high office"; "desirous of finding a quick solution to the problem")

Sense 3
edacious, esurient, rapacious, ravening, ravenous, voracious, wolfish -- (devouring or craving food in great quantities; "edacious vultures"; "a rapacious appetite"; "ravenous as wolves"; "voracious sharks")
       => gluttonous (vs. abstemious) -- (given to excess in consumption of especially food or drink; "over-fed women and their gluttonous husbands"; "a gluttonous debauch"; "a gluttonous appetite for food and praise and pleasure")

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