For thirsty residents in dry counties, that means another long drive for a beer.
However “respectful” and the interesting “thirsty” also appeared frequently in the pool of responses.
Singing is thirsty work, and everyone repairs to the pub afterwards.
His discovery of the tuberculosis bacteria had given him a taste of fame, and made him thirsty for more.
“Lamborghini mercy / Your chick she so thirsty,” goes the chorus.
"Funny we didn't think of this corn when we were so thirsty," said Phil.
God, and God alone, brings to the thirsty heart the fruit that it needs.
On the latter stood iced cider and some sparkling lemonade: uncommonly good, both, on that thirsty day.
The savages, thirsty for blood, paid no heed to this appeal.
A wayside stall of palm-thatched bamboo provides sageroe for thirsty pilgrims.
thirsty thirst·y (thûr'stē)
Desiring to drink.