The quantity was but just sufficient to moisten our lips, but not to quench our thirst.
"Paddy Finn" by W. H. G. Kingston
Just take a little now and then when you feel overcome with thirst.
"The South Sea Whaler" by W.H.G. Kingston
Though their thirst was great they were able to eat the dates, and felt much revived.
"Roger Willoughby" by William H. G. Kingston
We all felt ravenously hungry, and were burning with thirst.
"Saved from the Sea" by W.H.G. Kingston
I let none escape: I had them all in their turns, and glutted my thirst for revenge.
"Frank Mildmay" by Captain Frederick Marryat
But this thirst is not the effect of heat, as fever thirst is.
"Papers on Health" by John Kirk
We've got this thirst to stand ... and it's a good deal, isn't it?
"Play the Game!" by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
The blood mounted uncomfortably into her tired face, and made her conscious of the heat of the day, and of a burning thirst.
"The Man of the Desert" by Grace Livingston Hill
He had thirsted for knowledge.
"The Battery and the Boiler" by R.M. Ballantyne
Those only who have endured thirst know the intensity of the suffering it causes.
"Paul Gerrard" by W.H.G. Kingston
Father, in the dark I lay,
Thirsting for the light,
Helpless, but for hope alway
In thy father-might.
"Hymn For A Sick Girl" by George MacDonald
"Not my thirst alone it stilled
But my soul it stayed;
And my heart, with gladness filled,
Wept and laughed and prayed!
"The Sangreal" by George MacDonald
Not now the human eye is fierce
With cruel thirst of gore;
Not now the angry spear doth pierce
The bosom. Such are o'er.
"The Millennium" by James Avis Bartley
And blessed aye the fainting heart
For such a thirst shall be—
Yet never a word they spoke, and looked
Upon the bitter sea.
"Parted" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
"Ah me! the awful fight with death;
The hours to hang and die;
The thirsting gasp for common breath,
That passes heedless by!"
"A Book of Dreams: Part I" by George MacDonald
And lo the lark that lately sang
And filled my thirsting heart with mirth.
Now died away, instead there rang
The sweetest melodies on Earth,
A maiden's music filled the air
And floated lingering everywhere.
"A Girl Sang" by R S Ward
California's thirst for Delta water is increasing at a time when the Delta's health is failing.
Thus the devotional thought focuses on two verses where Jesus referred to the spiritual thirst all humans have.
Thirst appeared at the NBA All-Star weekend and he's got his own Web site (www.milesthirst.com).
Thirst for knowledge motivated longtime Allegan District Library librarian.
Thirst for knowledge .
'An Unquenchable Thirst' by Mary Johnson.
If I had a personal list of the best books of 2011, An Unquenchable Thirst would be on it.
Investors Have A Big Thirst For Water.
A growing chorus of pundits thirsts for vengeance against Penn State.
Courteney Cox plays an editor with a thirst for gossip -- and a knack for generating her own.
Hurricane Issac did most of its damage in the south and left Ohio still thirsting for water over the weekend.
Easing southern Asia's powerful thirst.
Kovalchuk thirsts for first crown.
Like a thirst-stricken man in the desert, our colleges are desperate for every drop of money they receive from student loans.
To survive , they must endure constant 90 percent humidity, avoid starvation, battle thirst, guard against fungus and bacteria, and stay sane enough to safely do the work necessary to aid their own rescue.