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It takes massive amounts of energy to pump San Diego’s main source – the Colorado River – to quench demands already.

“When I looked at it, it seemed unquenchable and endless and infinite,” he remembers.

Harold's unquenchable desire, the axis mundi of his existence.

The muscle soreness soon escalated into a storm of extreme symptoms—crippling pain, flu-like weakness, unquenchable thirst.

She left the convent in 1997, went back to school, and later wrote a memoir about her experience, An Unquenchable Thirst.

But locking up Ai simply made clear the power of his kind of oppositional art, and its global impact, and how unquenchable it is.

Though stern and even hard in his official duties, he had unquenchable natural affections.

There were aspects of that unquenchable agitation that were absolutely heroic and aspects that were absolutely pitiful.

He had discovered a new quality, the same heroic soul that her brother Philip had, the unquenchable courage of the great marshal.

Generous and full of exuberance, he had some warm friends whom he amused extremely by his unquenchable enthusiasm and good humour.

Tow dipped in it was fastened to the heads of arrows, which thus became carriers of unquenchable flame.


On this page you'll find 123 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unquenchable, such as: covetous, devouring, edacious, gorging, gourmandizing, and greedy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.