athirst[ uh-thurst ]SEE DEFINITION OF athirst
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATHIRST
Yet I trust I am too good a Christian to refuse any man drink that is athirst.
The grateful draft reminded her that she had actually been athirst ever since noon.
At night he could not sleep; his throat was parched; he was athirst.
See, he yet strives to throw the poison from him; twice have I given him the cup and yet he is athirst.
On a sultry day in August we struggled, dusty and athirst, into Vienna.
She was athirst for home, for old scenes and old friends and old emotions.
Trust me, Sargon, you will be faint and athirst before all is done.
We are overcome with long travel, sore hungered and athirst.
I drink to my wife; may she never be athirst, the poor darling.
He thinks that she is athirst for vengeance for the death of Morold.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ATHIRST
- dying to
- having short fuse
- hot under collar
- on pins and needles
- racing one's motor