Thesaurus / slake

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"Only for two days," said Charlotte, trying to slake the flame she had raised.

Possibly the sailor–like individual in the small boat could slake his thirst for knowledge.

The MessageLouis Tracy

Thousands of hands are stretched forth to grasp those apples of Tantalus, but whose thirst did they ever slake?

There were no trees to give the men shade, or springs to slake their thirst.

A Soldier's LifeEdwin G. Rundle

The sweat of our brows no longer suffices to slake their thirst.

Or, slake lime in tar, and into it dip sheets of the thickest brown paper, to be laid on in the manner of slating.

The other is the dry water-slaked lime made by using only enough water to slake the quick-lime, but not enough to leave it wet.

Ginseng and Other Medicinal PlantsA. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding

The sun was excessively hot, and at every rivulet that I crossed I stopped to slake my thirst.

But gods and archangels require neither filters nor disinfectants, and may slake their thirst in the veriest decoction of typhoid.

Laurus NobilisVernon Lee

Blake descended on the other side, to water his horse and slake his own thirst.

Out of the DepthsRobert Ames Bennet

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