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thirst-quenching

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Definition of thirst-quenching in English:

adjective

Serving to relieve thirst; refreshing.
Example sentences
  • That evening we just have time to wander among the ruins of its resplendent twelfth century Priory before paying homage to St Cuthbert, in our own way: with a couple of pints of thirst-quenching local ale.
  • Cool melon, its musky flavour sharpened with lemon, is one of the few fruits that works as a first course and made a thirst-quenching beginning for a summer meal.
  • The glasses had been well chilled making the beers truly thirst-quenching on the warm day that Wednesday was.

Derivatives

thirst quencher

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noun
Example sentences
  • The reader is introduced to tropical dishes like ackee and saltfish, thirst quenchers like rum punch and is entertained by reggae, calypso and a week long carnival celebration.
  • Iced herbal teas are also a great summer thirst quencher and can be drunk at any time during the day.
  • Water is the best thirst quencher; down lots of it.

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