"And from those tinkling springs for whose water I already am athirst," added Bradford.
See, he yet strives to throw the poison from him; twice have I given him the cup and yet he is athirst.
athirst for glory, thou wouldst rush on death, And for thy country's sake wouldst greatly perish.
Yet I trust I am too good a Christian to refuse any man drink that is athirst.
If eulogiums did not seem to him duly bestowed, his soul, athirst for justice and truth, repelled them indignantly.
On a sultry day in August we struggled, dusty and athirst, into Vienna.
The horn she raised to her lips, athirst,The innocent heart in her bosom burst.
We are overcome with long travel, sore hungered and athirst.
He was athirst for vengeance, as he had shown me, and determined that neither I nor Gambara should escape.
I drink to my wife; may she never be athirst, the poor darling.