unquenched


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unquenched

(ʌnˈkwɛntʃt)
adj
formal not satisfied
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Anything but ordinary was this lean, dark-skinned woman, with the face withered as if scorched in great heats, and the eyes, large and black, that flashed and flamed with advertisement of an unquenched inner conflagration.
I shall no longer feel the agonies which now consume me or be the prey of feelings unsatisfied, yet unquenched.
Out there, we see an ocean of unemployed youth, the unquenched desire for economic and political empowerment of women and an emaciated people wailing for emancipation and relief', Vice President Taylor says.
Just high on life, no grasp for fame, a joy unquenched, a burning flame.
Tenders are invited for Set Of Unquenched Liquid Scintillation Counting (Lsc)
The issues at hand have their roots entrenched in that war: The plight of Gaza, the fate of Palestinian refugees, Israel's unquenched appetite for West Bank land, peace between the Arabs and Israel and the shape of a final settlement.
In particular the unquenched longing in Picnic has been at the forefront of his mind.
Although sex and sensuality are central to the series, eroticism and romance generally take a backseat to more factual, functional expressions of desire, which often goes unquenched.
The contents were swallowed at a gulp, but even then the great thirst was unquenched.
The sacrifice of a human being brought only wretchedness and disdain, along with another sacrifice, and so on and so forth, for having once entered the vicious circle of conscientiously and intellectually committing murders, there would be no satisfaction, no aspirations, only an unquenched thirst for blood and a thoroughly chaotic bewilderment.