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Are the following sentences with "crave" and "crave for" grammatically correct and natural in English?

He is very ambitious and is constantly craving power.

He's got a craving for power.

Power is not something (that/which) he craves.

Power is not something (that/which) he craves for.

Power is not something for which he craves.

  1. He is very ambitious and is constantly craving power.

  2. He's got a craving for power.

  3. He has a craving for power.

  4. Power is not something he craves.

  5. Power is not something that he craves.
  6. Power is not something which he craves.

  7. Power is not something he craves for.

  8. Power is not something that he craves for.
  9. Power is not something which he craves for.

  10. Power is not something for which he craves.

Are the following sentences with "crave" and "crave for" grammatically correct and natural in English?

He is very ambitious and is constantly craving power.

He's got a craving for power.

Power is not something (that/which) he craves.

Power is not something (that/which) he craves for.

Power is not something for which he craves.

Are the following sentences with "crave" and "crave for" grammatically correct and natural in English?

  1. He is very ambitious and is constantly craving power.

  2. He's got a craving for power.

  3. He has a craving for power.

  4. Power is not something he craves.

  5. Power is not something that he craves.
  6. Power is not something which he craves.

  7. Power is not something he craves for.

  8. Power is not something that he craves for.
  9. Power is not something which he craves for.

  10. Power is not something for which he craves.

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crave vs crave for

Are the following sentences with "crave" and "crave for" grammatically correct and natural in English?

He is very ambitious and is constantly craving power.

He's got a craving for power.

Power is not something (that/which) he craves.

Power is not something (that/which) he craves for.

Power is not something for which he craves.