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- adj. Not yet slaked
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not slaked; unslacked
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not slaked, in any sense.
You were like the private limit going forward toward the unslaked moment.
A long time he waited, when, with thirst unslaked, he crept back to his horse, rode slowly across the sun-washed clearing, and passed into the shelter of the woods beyond.
My appetite for him has remained unslaked down the decades.
It needs novelists with huge appetites and mighty unslaked thirsts for America, as she is right now.
For me, unslaked bloodlust was no easier to deal with than unslaked sexual desire or a thirst for whiskey that at one time was so great I would swallow a razor blade to satisfy it.
For those whose thirst for Saxon objects is unslaked, the British Museum has Sutton Hoo info available on line.
Never to hold her; always to suffer this need—and to bear the knowledge that it would forever go unslaked.
Ambition still unslaked, he made seven runs for major public offices, including the U.S. Senate.
The Cold War's end has been hell for spy novelists, but lawyer novels satisfy an unslaked thirst for tales of conspiracies and shadiness.
So the Wazir bade unbind him and he rose and taking virgin glass,554 brayed it and mixed it with unslaked lime and a menstruum of onion-juice.
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