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It seems to me as if I could drink it all the time, I am so thirsty.

Leaving me here hungry and thirsty and tired, to starve, for anything they care!

Nor,' said Little Dorrit, as he softly put her glass towards her, 'nor thirsty.

It had a blemish, in the nature of currant jelly, on its chin; and was a thirsty child.

He did not move, but sat staring at her like a thirsty man drinking.

I know how to make them hungry and thirsty and I've got a balloon that I can blow up—see?

As cold waters to a thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country.

"Yes, and they get thirsty watching them, too," said Pee-wee.

One day he came to drink from a fountain with some thirsty doves who were his friends.

Men can be to other men as the shadow of a great rock in a thirsty land.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English þurstig; see thirst (n.) + -y (2).

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