thirst: Associated Words
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  • slakeless
    Not capable of being slaked.
  • quenchers
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  • quenchable
    Capable of being quenched.
  • quencher
    One who, or that which, quenches. Hammond.
  • quenches
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      allay; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst
    • verb put out, as of fires, flames, or lights
      snuff out; blow out; extinguish.
      • Too big to be extinguished at once, the forest fires at best could be contained
      • quench the flames
      • snuff out the candles

  • unslaked
    Not slaked; unslacked; as, an unslaked thirst; unslaked lime.
  • quenchless
    • adjective satellite impossible to quench
      unquenchable.
      • unquenchable thirst

  • unquenched
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • unsatiable
    • adjective impossible to satisfy
      insatiate; insatiable.
      • an insatiate appetite
      • an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore
      • his passion for work was unsatiable

  • parches
    • verb cause to wither or parch from exposure to heat
      sear.
      • The sun parched the earth

  • unquenchable
    • adjective satellite impossible to quench
      quenchless.
      • unquenchable thirst

  • slaked
    • adjective satellite allayed
      quenched; satisfied.
      • his thirst quenched he was able to continue
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • quenched
    • adjective satellite allayed
      slaked; satisfied.
      • his thirst quenched he was able to continue
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • slakes
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst
    • verb make less active or intense
      slack; abate.

  • quenching
    • noun the act of extinguishing; causing to stop burning
      extinction; extinguishing.
      • the extinction of the lights
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • inappeasable
    Incapable of being appeased or satisfied; unappeasable.
  • assuaged
    • verb cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
      gruntle; placate; appease; conciliate; gentle; pacify; mollify; lenify.
      • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • parching
    • verb cause to wither or parch from exposure to heat
      sear.
      • The sun parched the earth

  • plenteously
    • adverb in a bountiful manner
      bounteously; bountifully; plentifully.

  • insatiate
    • adjective impossible to satisfy
      insatiable; unsatiable.
      • an insatiate appetite
      • an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore
      • his passion for work was unsatiable

  • unsatiated
    • adjective satellite not having been satisfied
      unsatisfied; unsated.

  • inextinguishable
    • adjective difficult or impossible to extinguish
      • an inextinguishable flame
      • an inextinguishable faith

  • emporiums
    • noun a large retail store organized into departments offering a variety of merchandise; commonly part of a retail chain
      department store.

  • hypovolemic
    • adjective of or relating to a decrease in the volume of circulating blood
      hypovolaemic.

  • appeased
    • verb cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
      gruntle; placate; conciliate; assuage; gentle; pacify; mollify; lenify.
      • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    • verb overcome or allay
      quell; stay.
      • quell my hunger

  • insatiable
    • adjective impossible to satisfy
      insatiate; unsatiable.
      • an insatiate appetite
      • an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore
      • his passion for work was unsatiable

  • sated
    • verb fill to satisfaction
      satiate; replete; fill.
      • I am sated

  • assuages
    • verb cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
      gruntle; placate; appease; conciliate; gentle; pacify; mollify; lenify.
      • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • tormented
    • adjective satellite experiencing intense pain especially mental pain
      anguished; tortured.
      • an anguished conscience
      • a small tormented schoolboy
      • a tortured witness to another's humiliation
    • verb torment emotionally or mentally
      torment; excruciate; torture; rack.

  • unextinguishable
    Inextinguishable. -- Un`ex*tin"guish*a*bly, adv.
  • overcame
    • verb win a victory over
      get the better of; defeat.
      • You must overcome all difficulties
      • defeat your enemies
      • He overcame his shyness
      • He overcame his infirmity
      • Her anger got the better of her and she blew up
    • verb get on top of; deal with successfully
      get over; master; subdue; surmount.
      • He overcame his shyness

  • unappeasable
    • adjective satellite not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty
      unrelenting; inexorable; relentless; stern; unforgiving; grim.
      • grim determination
      • grim necessity
      • Russia's final hour, it seemed, approached with inexorable certainty
      • relentless persecution
      • the stern demands of parenthood

  • overcomes
    • verb win a victory over
      get the better of; defeat.
      • You must overcome all difficulties
      • defeat your enemies
      • He overcame his shyness
      • He overcame his infirmity
      • Her anger got the better of her and she blew up
    • verb get on top of; deal with successfully
      get over; master; subdue; surmount.
      • He overcame his shyness

  • slaking
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst
    • verb make less active or intense
      slack; abate.

  • insatiably
    • adverb to an insatiable degree
      unsatiably.
      • she was insatiably hungry
    • adverb in an insatiable manner; with persistence but without satisfaction
      unsatiably.
      • he clawed insatiably at the traditional precepts

  • disrelish
    Want of relish; dislike (of the palate or of the mind); distaste; a slight degree of disgust; as, a disrelish for some kinds of food.
    Men love to hear of their power, but have an extreme disrelish to be told of their duty. Burke.

  • polyuria
    • noun renal disorder characterized by the production of large volumes of pale dilute urine; often associated with diabetes

  • slake
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst
    • verb make less active or intense
      slack; abate.

  • parched
    • adjective satellite dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight
      adust; scorched; baked; sunbaked.
      • a vast desert all adust
      • land lying baked in the heat
      • parched soil
      • the earth was scorched and bare
      • sunbaked salt flats
    • verb cause to wither or parch from exposure to heat
      sear; parch.
      • The sun parched the earth

  • allays
    • verb lessen the intensity of or calm
      relieve; still; ease.
      • The news eased my conscience
      • still the fears
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • allayed
    • verb lessen the intensity of or calm
      relieve; still; ease.
      • The news eased my conscience
      • still the fears
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • gatorade
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • assuage
    • verb cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
      gruntle; placate; appease; conciliate; gentle; pacify; mollify; lenify.
      • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • quench
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      allay; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst
    • verb put out, as of fires, flames, or lights
      snuff out; blow out; extinguish.
      • Too big to be extinguished at once, the forest fires at best could be contained
      • quench the flames
      • snuff out the candles

  • sensation
    • noun an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation
      sense impression; sense experience; esthesis; aesthesis; sense datum.
      • a sensation of touch
    • noun someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
      mavin; champion; ace; genius; wizard; virtuoso; maven; adept; whiz; superstar; hotshot; star; whizz; wiz.

  • unsated
    • adjective satellite not having been satisfied
      unsatisfied; unsatiated.

  • mechanism
    • noun the atomic process that occurs during a chemical reaction
      chemical mechanism.
      • he determined unique mechanisms for the photochemical reactions
    • noun the technical aspects of doing something
      mechanics.
      • a mechanism of social control
      • mechanisms of communication
      • the mechanics of prose style

  • matutinal
    • adjective pertaining to or occurring in the morning
      • took his matutinal walk

  • gnawed
    • verb bite or chew on with the teeth
      • gnaw an old cracker
    • verb become ground down or deteriorate
      eat at; erode; gnaw at; wear away.
      • Her confidence eroded

  • allaying
    • verb lessen the intensity of or calm
      relieve; still; ease.
      • The news eased my conscience
      • still the fears
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • abates
    • verb make less active or intense
      slake; slack.
    • verb become less in amount or intensity
      die away; slack off; slack; let up.
      • The storm abated
      • The rain let up after a few hours

  • unappeased
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • augments
    • verb enlarge or increase
      • The recent speech of the president augmented tensions in the Near East
    • verb grow or intensify
      • The pressure augmented

  • satiated
    • adjective supplied (especially fed) to satisfaction
      satiate.
    • verb fill to satisfaction
      satiate; sate; replete; fill.
      • I am sated

  • appeases
    • verb cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
      gruntle; placate; conciliate; assuage; gentle; pacify; mollify; lenify.
      • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    • verb overcome or allay
      quell; stay.
      • quell my hunger

  • unsatisfied
    • adjective satellite not having been satisfied
      unsatiated; unsated.
    • adjective satellite worried and uneasy
      ungratified; restless.

  • assuaging
    • verb cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
      gruntle; placate; appease; conciliate; gentle; pacify; mollify; lenify.
      • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • constraining
    • adjective satellite restricting the scope or freedom of action
      constrictive; confining; restricting; limiting.
    • verb hold back
      encumber; constrain; restrain; cumber.

  • raging
    • adjective satellite characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense
      hot.
      • the fighting became hot and heavy
      • a hot engagement
      • a raging battle
      • the river became a raging torrent
    • verb behave violently, as if in state of a great anger
      ramp; storm; rage.

  • engendered
    • verb call forth
      spawn; breed.
    • verb make children
      sire; get; father; mother; bring forth; beget; generate.
      • Abraham begot Isaac
      • Men often father children but don't recognize them



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Collocation words for "thirst" are words related to "thirst" by occurring either before (prefix words) or after "thirst" (suffix words) in common language usage across multiple media. The words assembled above can be filtered by parts of speech (i.e) nouns, verbs, describing adjectives and adverbs, or by their positive or negative vibes, frequency in usage, whether they are prefix words or suffix words for "thirst" or by the count of syllables each word has.