Thesaurus / quench

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The British retreated after a huge storm struck the city — perhaps a hurricane or a tornado — quenching the fires.
Kosas’s ever so slightly sticky formula is loaded with ultra-moisturizing hyaluronic acid, so it wears tenaciously under a neck tube or mask and leaves lips noticeably more quenched than the average wax stick.
No one needs to prove to you that a glass of water will quench your thirst, because everyone has experienced that result firsthand.
With a good hydration bladder in your pack, you’ll be ready to get outside without worrying about quenching your thirst.
A strange fire had flashed up within him, and, had he found Beatrix in her usual mood, he might have lost his power to quench it.
THE DOMINANT STRAINANNA CHAPIN RAY
Heated by the race and thirsty, the duke asked the duchess if she had any thing with her with which he could quench his thirst.
Of still another:—'He could quench a candle at the other side of the kitchen with a curse.'
The pose of the head expressed pride that nothing could quench.
THE BORDER WATCHJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
Now I'll quench the curiosity of this little Fatima, my dear Daisy, by leaving her nothing to guess at.
DAVID COPPERFIELDCHARLES DICKENS
Only a miracle could quench the conflagration now, and a miracle five minutes hence would be too late.
THE TEMPERINGCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK

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