- v. present participle of slake.
“I suppose you can pick between the mouldy brown apple with the skin slaking off the rotten core, or the slightly greener one full of worms and other stuff, but the basic choice is merely an illusion.”
“Alternate wetting and drying of rocks, sometimes known as slaking, can be a very important factor in weathering.”
“slaking", where the calcium oxide and water combine chemically to form calcium hydroxide.”
“He should devour the still-beating hearts of his enemies, slaking his mighty thirst on their viscera.”
“Instead of sending beer to far-flung lands, they're focusing on slaking local thirst.”
“In the hothouse atmosphere of the high-walled monastery, Saint-Germain must take special care when slaking his vampire thirst, for discovery of his True Nature will result in his True Death.”
“Cutting through Tibet, India and Pakistan, slaking the thirst of three major religions -- Buddhism”
“It was about reclaiming and slaking her own desires after the long years of their being defined by the people to and for whom she felt responsible.”
“His companions drank also, relishing the slaking of an hours-long thirst.”
“But instead, without dropping the ubiquitous vodka toast, Russians also developed a thirst for beer that required considerable slaking, contributing to a prodigious consumption of alcohol.”
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