anhungered

anhungered

(ænˈhʌŋɡəd) or

anhungred

adj
archaic overcome or oppressed with hunger
References in classic literature ?
So, Master Reynold Greenleaf, thou art anhungered, art thou?
to the very same sin, the thought of which was looked on as a crime but which has now changed its substance by a miracle like that by which a Pope, when anhungered on a journey, blessed a meat dish into a Lenten one.
Sorely anhungered, heavily athirst For knowledge, Manhood next to reach the Truth Peers in those eyes; till haggard and uncouth Weak Eld renews that question long rehearsed.