unslaked

Related to unslaked: unslaked lime

unslaked

(ʌnˈsleɪkt)
adj
not slaked
References in classic literature ?
With throats unslaked, with black lips baked, We could not laugh nor wail; Through utter drought all dumb we stood!
With throats unslaked, with black lips baked, Agape they heard me call: Gramercy!
Sir Launcelot got up steam, he and I loaded up the kettle with unslaked lime and carbolic acid, with a touch of lactic acid added thereto, then filled the thing up with water and inserted the steam-spout under the canopy.
Bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh The whole world leaps to my will, And the unslaked thirst of an Eden cursed Shall harrow the earth for its fill.
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.
If your thirst for blood is still unslaked, then a trip to Peterhead Prison, 10 miles up the coast, may provide nourishment.
If your thirst for blood is still unslaked, then a trip to Peterhead Prison 10 miles up the coast may provide nourishment.
What the saints know: the weight of their failings, the number of the beast, that the sun will fall and rise again upon their unslaked need -- to see Godface to face.
I'm an old clump of ruins Whose unslaked festivals can't laugh, And, roseless in the grand fragrant pots, Suffers a murderous nostalgia.
More than halfway through Egyptian novelist Ahdaf Soueif's lengthy masterpiece In the Eye of the Sun, the protagonist Asya is suffering from unslaked lust for the best friend of her absent husband, Saif.