Scatter, as from an unextinguished hearth Ashes and sparks, my words among mankind!
Hair as black as the mustaches, and parted low at the side of the head, indicated also pretensions as yet unextinguished.
It held only a washstand, a chest and an iron bedstead; and here, too, an unextinguished gas-jet flared.
Was it to this he was driven by "his country's love, and unextinguished thirst of praise?"
By neglect of the servant, some unextinguished embers had been placed in a barrel in the cellar of the building.
The unextinguished scarf it had fallen to the ground with had got through its combustion briskly.
During this trip we came upon an unextinguished camp-fire that was spreading and about to become a forest fire.
Both were two days old, and both had started from unextinguished camp-fires.
Finally, all is black as night and the grave—for the light, unextinguished, glides away into some far-off world of peace.
Southey, I have lost friends—friends who still cherish for me sentiments of high esteem and unextinguished tenderness.
c.1500 (implied in extinguishable), from Latin extinguere/exstinguere "quench, wipe out, obliterate," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + stinguere "quench," from PIE *steig- "to prick, stick, pierce." Related: Extinguished; extinguishing.
extinguish ex·tin·guish (ĭk-stĭng'gwĭsh)
n. ex·tin·guished, ex·tin·guish·ing, ex·tin·guish·es
To bring about the extinction of a conditioned response.