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  • adj. That cannot be slaked


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un- +‎ slakable


  • She screamed like one too, croaky and guttural, as she ordered the minions to bring her more tea—that unslakable thirst that the sisters had first noticed in her still evident.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • But in view of her career and the unslakable curiosity it has generated - more than 15,000 attended this second pass of her "Monster Ball" tour, which previously came through in September - Gaga's sentiment is absolutely true.

    A pyrotechnic bikini? Lady Gaga gives D.C.'s 'little monsters' what they want.

  • Until Tayla Mancuso lands in a hospital run by demons in disguise, and the head doctor, Eidolon, makes her body burn with unslakable desire.

    Demonica: Pleasure Unbound - Larissa Ione

  • He came out of school seven years later with a Master's degree and a seemingly unslakable thirst for more reading.

    Spunk & Bite Get Bitten

  • An "unslakable thirst for paper" is one sign he notes.

    Candy Spelling: Bureaucracy for the Ages

  • But it should not be moved in bits, like so much booty, to feed an overbearing senator's unslakable appetite for pork.

    A Case For Term Limits

  • Everyone in this story is consumed by a thirst for certainty, and this unslakable desire drives each of the characters further into the mysteriousness of life.

    Genius In Disguise

  • The thought was that the plutocratic owners in their unslakable avarice tried to spur attendance by secretly "" juicing '' the ole horsehide (which is made by Rawlings and has been covered by cowhide since 1975).

    The Pitch...It's Outahere

  • In desperation, hoping that any fluid might help this desperate, unslakable thirst, I took a deep swig of the rum.

    Requiem For A Ring

  • A very wise trial attorney, knowing of my unslakable appetite for episodes of "Law and Order" (particularly during the classic Chris Noth years), once remarked that a televised trial is as much like the real thing as a wedding is like a marriage.

    Watching The World Go By


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  • Wow. Love the way this one rolls off the tongue...

    September 8, 2009