Her father runs an antique store and frequently sends the girls goods to quench the Berlin vintage drought.
Luckily, ‘Doldo’ from the Second City Network has arrived to quench their thirsts, and have a laugh at their expense.
They make the spirit in the body quiver; They quench the Light!
The steward tried to quench the flames with his feet, but his efforts were unavailing.
Of still another:—'He could quench a candle at the other side of the kitchen with a curse.'
I've been chewing snow to quench my thirst but I could eat a horse.
He shall not advertise Himself nor quench a single smouldering wick.
Then he meant to shake off his companions and go where he could quench that inward fire.
He took out his flask, now so dim, hoping to quench the terrible thirst that was overpowering him; but alas!
We forgot the tortoise, and dashed forward, eager to quench our thirst.
Old English acwencan "to quench" (of fire, light), from Proto-Germanic *cwandjan, probably a causative form of root of Old English cwincan "to go out, be extinguished," Old Frisian kwinka. Related: Quenched; quenching.