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(because of the meaning of quench, almost all uses will have the word thirst)Many of the early voyagers had an unquenchable thirst for exploration.The students had an unquenchable enthusiasm for improving the school.
We were out in the hot sun all day, and our thirst was unquenchable.
Because of their fanatical and unquenchable thirst for power.
Draw someone with diabetes because a symptom of diabetes is having an unquenchable thirst thus meaning anyone with diabetes must be well hydrated.
Diabetes can be a dormant illness, meaning it often does not show symtoms until later down the road, or they can be very subtle. One symptom of is a highly unquenchable thirst and frequent urination.
Not everyone has the same symptoms when it comes to diabetes, though some symptoms are more prevalent than others. Some of those include: unquenchable thirst, excessive urination, weight loss, and fatigue.
An erupting volcano is something that mankind has to admit is unquenchable by human efforts.
Water is a good thing A thirst-aid kit!
"A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history." - Mahatma Gandhi
it means to change something