Verb(1) satisfy (thirst(2) make less active or intense(3) cause to heat and crumble by treatment with water
(1) In a dry season for mentors, will a flood of soft-cover leadership slake an anxious thirst?(2) slake your thirst with some lemonade(3) Before I pressed play, I wanted more sound, layer upon layer to slake my thirst for novelty.(4) Seasonal workers are run ragged at this time of year, trying to slake the desires of Christmas-crazed consumers like me.(5) restaurants worked to slake the Italian obsession with food(6) Art is there to slake our continuing appetite for mystery.(7) slake the lime within a day or two of purchase(8) A ├ö├ç├┐brandy├ö├ç├û bar is being set up to slake their thirst.(9) All these sacrificial offerings might slake a predator's desires.(10) Wiping out humanity is hard work, so she naturally paused to slake her thirst.(11) Hampden stadium is the only venue on the European American football circuit where fans cannot slake their thirsts with alcohol.(12) I thought of him prowling the streets at night, lonely, perhaps even a little drunk, unable to slake his unknown cravings.(13) There are no gloves, no pads, no iced tea to slake their thirst, no lemonade for breaks, and no hats to protect them from the sun.(14) The ├ö├ç├┐Bit of Red├ö├ç├û has a very special place for those who slake their thirst with a ├ö├ç├┐bit of black├ö├ç├û in Harloes Bar.(15) It is only what we save when we have in abundance, which will slake our thirst when there is a shortage.(16) slake your thirst with citron pressÔö£┬«
1. quench ::
2. slack ::
3. assuage ::
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