hunger is the best / finest sauce
/hˈʌŋɡɚɹ ɪz ðə bˈɛst fˈaɪnəst sˈɔːs/
used to imply that hunger can enhance the flavor of food, making it more enjoyable and satisfying
hunger drives the wolf out of the wood
/hˈʌŋɡɚ dɹˈaɪvz ðə wˈʊlf ˌaʊɾəv ðə wˈʊd/
used to imply that necessity can be a powerful motivator, driving individuals to take action they might not otherwise consider
a hungry belly has no ears
/ɐ hˈʌŋɡɹi bˈɛli hɐz nˈoʊ ˈɪɹz/
used to imply that when a person is hungry or in need, they are less likely to listen to reason or advice
a growing youth has a wolf in his belly
/ɐ ɡɹˈoʊɪŋ jˈuːθ hɐz ɐ wˈʊlf ɪn hɪz bˈɛli/
used to imply that young people have a strong appetite and need plenty of food and nutrition to support their physical and mental growth and development
a hungry man is an angry man
/ɐ hˈʌŋɡɹi mˈæn ɪz ɐn ˈæŋɡɹi mˈæn/
used to imply that hunger can affect a person's mood or behavior and that being hungry for an extended period can lead to frustration and anger
an army marches on its stomach
/ɐn ˈɑːɹmi mˈɑːɹtʃᵻz ˌɑːn ɪts stˈʌmək/
used to highlight the essential role of sufficient food and nourishment in enabling soldiers or workers to perform effectively and achieve success
hunger finds no fault with cookery
/hˈʌŋɡɚ fˈaɪndz nˈoʊ fˈɑːlt wɪð kˈʊkɚɹi/
used to imply that when a person is very hungry, they will eat whatever food is available, regardless of its quality or taste
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