Her hunger and thirst satisfied, she was getting sleepy again.
I wanted to shout something like Dracula is out of his casket and has a thirst for my wife's A-negative blood, but I bit my tongue and begged that this was truly an emergency.
You must die first. … an Oracle must be bound … for all eternity … You will never hunger for food nor thirst for water.
She wrenched away from him, desire and thirst making her head reel.
But it wasn't likely, given the demon lord's renowned temper and thirst for blood.
Yeah, and she has a pretty hot thirst for retaliation.
There was no dulling Xander's thirst for war and blood like she might retire a sword.
The troops had during the latter part of the day suffered greatly from thirst, the arrangements with regard to water having practically broken down mainly owing to the inexperience of the troops themselves.
The sacri fice of these trusted soldiers failed however to sate the thirst of the new age.
The first Spanish adventurers came, not to colonize, but to satisfy as rapidly as possible and by the labour of the enslaved aborigines, their thirst for silver and gold.
This thirst must be extinguished by complete annihilation of desire, by letting it go, expelling it, separating oneself from it, giving it no room.
He drinks to quench his thirst, and that is all.
If you are in a desert dying of thirst, you value the first glass of water very highly, the second glass a bit less, and the 802nd not at all.
I have known many children well, have been surrounded by them all my life, and love nothing better than to talk with them, amuse them, and quietly notice their traits of mind and character; but I do not recollect more than one girl of Helen's age who had the love and thirst for knowledge, and the store of literary and general information, and the skill in composition, which Helen possesses.
While yet it is cold January, and snow and ice are thick and solid, the prudent landlord comes from the village to get ice to cool his summer drink; impressively, even pathetically, wise, to foresee the heat and thirst of July now in January--wearing a thick coat and mittens! when so many things are not provided for.