from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The ruins of the fallen roof in a coal mine, resulting from the removal of the pillars and stalls.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The ruins of the fallen roof resulting from the removal of the pillars and stalls.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Old spellings of thirst, thirsty.
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Even what you described it doesn't sound too realistic either: why would you need to "sustain a sideward thurst"?
Ai haz a thurst, so sumfing 2 drink dat iz long an cowld pls.
Ai dieded uf thurst befur ai can maek up mai mind… jus gief me afpelstrudl kthxbye
Oil is a small part. by meremark on Monday, Jan 22, 2007 at 12: 48: 46 AM another life sucking vampire with an blood thurst by Fred F on Sunday, Jan 21, 2007 at 6: 41: 28 PM
With thurst, with coold, with hunger so confoundid!
Every day, our people are witnessing the model of ‘development’ thurst upon them by the rulers.
Opportunities available in US are much much more than the opportunities created by those few companies that have tech centers in India or China .. thurst of Only handful of those aspiring n talented people can be quenched there ..
Again the whip struck across my back, I thurst again against the bar.
He joined me, however, as soon as service was over, and walked from Tenth Street to Madison Square, with his grizzly arm thurst through mine, and his diabolical jeers drumming on my tympana.
Fear of incurring the displeasure of what it contained, and a superstitious reluctance harshly to thurst a person from her door who had eaten of her food, prevented her from desiring the woman to depart.