I thirsted, and I bethought me of this buffet where you keep your wine.
He cried out for help, but no help came,—for water, but still he thirsted.
Was it that he was more likely to enact the vengeance she thirsted for than the old Baronet?
He thirsted to set his foot upon his throat and squeeze, and squeeze the life out of him!
He thirsted for knowledge and wanted above all things a university education.
However much he thirsted for vengeance, it would not do to gratify it now.
He listened in vain for the faint voice for which he thirsted.
The Indians frowned, for they thirsted for somebody's blood.
She intended him for spice, but he thirsted for glory, and vexed her.
As for Miss Arundel herself, she hungered and thirsted after her.