Synonyms for thirst
Antonyms for thirst
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THIRST
Our allies are the millions who hunger and thirst after righteousness.
Never again will the insatiable thirst of the fire-fiend be so pampered.
In these terms did Mr Verloc declare his thirst for revenge.
On the present occasion, his native powers were stimulated by the thirst of revenge.
Mr. Clawbonny, it is a desert, but we shant die of thirst in it at any rate.
The desire to be healed did heal; the thirst for a miracle worked the miracle.
We'll each have a cup of milk, for I'm dying of thirst; then we'll go out and walk about.
How among the masses would one ever be able to content the thirst for the mysterious?
But who can say that science will not some day quench the thirst for what lies beyond us?
The thirst of the snow fields is most agonizing, and can only be likened to the thirst of the desert.
Old English þurst, from West Germanic *thurstus (cf. Old Saxon thurst, Frisian torst, Dutch dorst, Old High German and German durst), from Proto-Germanic *thurs-, from PIE root *ters- "dry" (see terrain). Figurative sense of "vehement desire" is attested from c.1200.