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See definition of unquenchable on Dictionary.com
  • as ininsatiable
  • as inirrepressible
  • as invoracious
  • as inunappeasable
  • as ingluttonous

synonyms for unquenchable

  • insistent
  • rapacious
  • ravenous
  • urgent
  • insatiate
  • clamorous
  • crying
  • demanding
  • desiring
  • exigent
  • gluttonous
  • greedy
  • importunate
  • intemperate
  • pressing
  • quenchless
  • unappeasable
  • unsatisfiable
  • unsatisfied
  • yearning
  • rapacious
  • ravenous
  • insatiable
  • avid
  • prodigious
  • covetous
  • devouring
  • empty
  • gluttonous
  • grasping
  • gross
  • omnivorous
  • starved
  • starving
  • uncontrolled
  • edacious
  • dog-hungry
  • gorging
  • piggy
  • ravening
  • starved to death
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antonyms for unquenchable

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  • fulfilled
  • full
  • pleased
  • satisfied
  • full
  • satisfied
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      How to use unquenchable in a sentence

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      Though stern and even hard in his official duties, he had unquenchable natural affections.
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      There were aspects of that unquenchable agitation that were absolutely heroic and aspects that were absolutely pitiful.
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      He had discovered a new quality, the same heroic soul that her brother Philip had, the unquenchable courage of the great marshal.
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      Generous and full of exuberance, he had some warm friends whom he amused extremely by his unquenchable enthusiasm and good humour.
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      Tow dipped in it was fastened to the heads of arrows, which thus became carriers of unquenchable flame.
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      It was the quick eye, the steady nerve, the unquenchable spirit of the American boy—his heritage from his hunter forefathers.
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      Mischievous Walter was, if the unquenchable avidity for excitement which reigns at fourteen entitles a boy to such an aspersion.
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      At its altar burns an unquenchable fire, which daily consumes hundredweights of sandal wood and aromatic herbs.
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      American women support these vicissitudes with a calm and unquenchable energy.
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      WORDS RELATED TO UNQUENCHABLE

      • covetous
      • devouring
      • edacious
      • gorging
      • gourmandizing
      • greedy
      • gross
      • hoggish
      • insatiable
      • never full
      • omnivorous
      • piggish
      • piggy
      • prodigious
      • rapacious
      • ravening
      • ravenous
      • starved
      • starving
      • unquenchable
      • wolfish
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