Yearnful

Yearn´ful


a.1.Desirous.
References in classic literature ?
they were grand days, those deep, full days, when our coming life, like an unseen organ, pealed strange, yearnful music in our ears, and our young blood cried out like a war-horse for the battle.
The desire that grew upon Harris and myself, as the mournful strains progressed, was to fall upon each other's necks and weep; but by great effort we kept back the rising tears, and listened to the wild yearnful melody in silence.
8) Yearnful nostalgia aside, his undergraduate years remain important for the legal historian for, as Marshall Pollock has noted, it was at Mount Allison that he delivered his first important public speech, the Valedictory Address of 1909.