|arousing the appetite; stimulating, stimulating the appetite||appetizing|
|(British slang) appetizing, arousing the appetite||moreish|
|(Medicine) disorder caused by an excess of bile in the blood (characterized by yellowness of the skin, lethargy and loss of appetite); cynical attitude, prejudice, bitterness, affect somebody with jaundice, cynical state of mind, distort, bias, warp, i...||jaundice|
|(of a medicine) producing or stimulating physical strength, strengthened, invigorating, something that corroborates or strengthens||corroborant|
|able to increase physical desire, drug or food that arouses sexual desire, something arousing sexual desire, stimulating||aphrodisiac|
|abnormal appetite; eating disorder mainly affecting women (characterized by compulsive overeating followed by self-induced vomiting)||bulimia|
|abnormally huge appetite, diet of many foods, strong desire to eat; excessive need to eat; practice of feeding on many types of food (Zoology)||polyphagia|
|absence of appetite||inappetence|
|act of making circular movements in a liquid with an object, agitating, mixing; rousing, moving, arousing of feeling, causing emotional reaction, lively, exhilarating; lively, spirited||stirring|
|act of stirring up, rousing to action, stimulating, inflammatory, provocative||inciting|
|act or process of arousing a person from a hypnotic state||dehypnotizing|
|adequate, providing satisfaction, gratifying a need or appetite; adequate, sufficient||satisfactory|
|adrenocorticotrophic, stimulating the adrenal cortex||adrenocorticotropic|
|agent or drug which is beneficial to the stomach, of or pertaining to the stomach; aiding or stimulating digestion in the stomach||stomachic|
|agent producing increase in functional activity, increasing activity, source of stimulus, substance that quickens a vital process (Medicine); stimulus, incentive, tending to quicken a vital process (Medicine); stimulating||stimulant|
|agent stimulating milk flow, encourages milk production, of milk production by body||galactopoietic|
|alcoholic beverage taken before a meal to whet the appetite||aperitif|
|angering, irritating, annoying; inciting, instigating; stimulating, arousing||provoking|
|animal food, expendable people or things, feed livestock, food fed to livestock (i.e. hay, straw), give food to livestock (i.e. hay, material for stimulating response||fodder|
|anorexia nervosa, continual appetite loss, eating disorder characterized by self-induced starvation||anorexia|
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