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Phonetic Respelling: [ thurst ]

Definition: Play

n. 1 a physiological need to drink; 2 strong desire for something; v. feel the need to drink

Sentence: Play Play

Water will quench my thirst.

More example sentences:

Water will quench my thirst.

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The cold water quenched his thirst.

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Quench your thirst with ice cold water.

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Ben got a tankard of rootbeer to quench his thirst.

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Lemonade quenches my thirst.

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The crow's artifice enables it to quench its thirst.

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Synonyms: Play

craving for liquid; dryness; drought

Antonyms: Play


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Thirst rhymes:

  • One Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear berst berst
    • Hear burst burst
    • Hear cursed cursed
    • Hear durst durst
    • Hear first first
    • Hear furst furst
    • Hear gerst gerst
    • Hear hearst hearst
    • Hear herst herst
    • Hear hirst hirst
    • Hear huerst huerst
    • Hear hurst hurst
    • Hear kerst kerst
    • Hear kirst kirst
    • Hear nursed nursed
    • Hear pursed pursed
    • Hear versed versed
    • Hear werst werst
    • Hear worst worst
    • Hear wurst wurst
  • Two Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear accursed accursed
    • Hear accurst accurst
    • Hear coerced coerced
    • Hear conversed conversed
    • Hear disbursed disbursed
    • Hear dispersed dispersed
    • Hear emersed emersed
    • Hear headfirst headfirst
    • Hear immersed immersed
    • Hear medfirst medfirst
    • Hear rehearsed rehearsed
    • Hear reversed reversed
    • Hear submersed submersed
    • Hear traversed traversed
  • Three Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear interfirst interfirst
    • Hear interspersed interspersed
    • Hear reimbursed reimbursed
    • Hear unrehearsed unrehearsed
  • Four Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear guaranty-first guaranty-first
    • Hear unreimbursed unreimbursed

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