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designer, n. 1. creator, inventor, deviser, artificer, fashioner, craftsman, artist; founder, originator, author, producer; architect, draftsman, drawer, delineator, sketcher, pattern maker; styler, decorator; molder, sculptor, carver; engraver, chaser, painter, limner, illustrator, cartoonist, caricaturist.
2. schemer, intriguer, machinator, conspirator, con-niver, plotter, planner, contriver. designing,
adj. 1. scheming, calculating, intriguing, conspiring, plotting, conniving; guileful, doubledealing, tricky, wily; sharp, shrewd, politic, artful, crafty, Machiavellian, cunning, sly, snaky, foxy; subtle, insidious, collusive, circumventive, prevaricative; stealthy, treacherous, feline; deceptive, dishonest, underhanded, untrustworthy, crooked; deceitful, insincere, disingenuous, false, mendacious, untruthful.
2. provident, cautious, prudent, careful, heedful, mindful. desirable,
adj. 1. agreeable, pleasing, attractive, inviting, charming, winning, taking, captivating; admirable, estimable, valuable, worthy; excellent, superior, superb, fine, goodly; first-rate, first-class, prime; popular, in demand, eligible.
2. advisable, recommendable; fitting, proper, meet, seemly; expedient, profitable, remunerative, gainful, advantageous, beneficial. desire, v. 1. wish for, long for, desiderate, want; yearn for, hope for, care for, pine for, sigh for; hanker after, have a yen for, covet, fancy, have a fancy for; have an eye to, be attracted to, have a mind to, have at heart, be bent upon; be inclined towards, be prone to, be predisposed towards, prefer; aspire to, emulate, set one's heart on; crave, hunger, thirst, relish; lust after, burn for,
Inf. be wild or mad about, SI. have the hots for, Inf letch after; eye, eyeball.
2. ask for, request, summon, solicit, importune; petition, entreat, urge, plead; beseech, beg, implore, supplicate, adjure; endeavor to obtain, appeal for, apply to; requisition, order, demand, require.
-n. 3. longing, wish, wishing, desirieration, want, wanting; yearning, hope, hoping, pining, sighing, hankering,
Inf. yen, SI. itch, fondness, liking; attraction, aspiration, emulation, ambition; inclination, predilection, preference, propensity, proclivity; predisposal, predisposedness, bent, leaning, disposition; fancy, fancying, coveting, covetousness, eagerness, ardor, craving; appetency, appetite, hunger, thirst, ravenousness; relish, rapaciousness, voracity, voraciousness; avidity, greed, greediness, cupidity, avarice, graspingness; frenzy, mania, craze, rage.
4. request, solicitation, importunity; petition, entreaty, adjuration, urge, urging; pleading, beseeching, beseechingness, begging, imploring, imploringness, imploration; supplication, prayer, appeal; application, requisition, demand, call, summons, order, requirement.
5. lust, lustfulness, concupiscence, libido, sexual appetite
or urge, aphrodisia; lewdness, bawdiness, Archaic. bawdry, wantonness; lasciviousness, salaciousness, salacity, lubricity, libidinousness; carnal passion, prurience, pruriency, Pathol, satyriasis, Pathol, nymphomania; lechery, lecherousness, SI. letch, SI. the hots, burning; (all of animals) heat, rut, estrus; eroticism, erotism, sensuality, sexuality. desired, adj. 1. yearned for, longed for, pined for, wished for, hoped for; aspired, emulated; coveted, hankered after, fancied, envied, craved, lusted after.
2. correct, proper, precise, exact, accurate, right, true; specific, particular, express; required, necessary, appropriate, characteristic, individual; selected, chosen, picked, preferred, decided upon.

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Samosa

A samosais a fried or baked pastry with savory filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, lentils and sometimes ground lamb, ground beef or ground chicken. They may or may not also contain pine nuts. Its size and consistency may vary, but typically it is distinctly triangular or tetrahedral in shape. Indian samosas are usually vegetarian, and often accompanied by a mint sauce or chutney.With its origins in Uttar Pradesh, they are a popular entree appetizer or snack in South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia and Southwest Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Mediterranean, the Horn of Africa, North Africa and South Africa.

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