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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.


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un- +‎ slaked


  • You were like the private limit going forward toward the unslaked moment.

    precocious sex, ripe before its time

  • 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.

    Athena Andreadis, Ph.D.: The Circus Ringmaster: John le Carré

  • It needs novelists with huge appetites and mighty unslaked thirsts for America, as she is right now.

    Johann Hari: Please, Dear Novelists - Get Real

  • 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.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • For those whose thirst for Saxon objects is unslaked, the British Museum has Sutton Hoo info available on line.

    Art in the Mail

  • Never to hold her; always to suffer this need—and to bear the knowledge that it would forever go unslaked.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • Ambition still unslaked, he made seven runs for major public offices, including the U.S. Senate.

    'Scumbag! Maniac! Slug!'

  • The Cold War's end has been hell for spy novelists, but lawyer novels satisfy an unslaked thirst for tales of conspiracies and shadiness.

    'The Tangle Of Egos And Rules'

  • 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.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night


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