Harold's unquenchable desire, the axis mundi of his existence.
She left the convent in 1997, went back to school, and later wrote a memoir about her experience, An unquenchable Thirst.
The muscle soreness soon escalated into a storm of extreme symptoms—crippling pain, flu-like weakness, unquenchable thirst.
But locking up Ai simply made clear the power of his kind of oppositional art, and its global impact, and how unquenchable it is.
"The villain has fled," he told Priscilla, coming back drenched in body but unquenchable in spirit.
But down to the last half-gallon, our thirst was unquenchable.
He was possessed of an unquenchable thirst, which he never lost an opportunity of satisfying.
Has He, can He have created these unquenchable longings only to tantalize them?
But by an effort of his unquenchable energy he shook off this show of concern.
He calls himself "teacher of the unquenchable creed, namely, egotism."
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.