Then came dinner, and the awakened gaiety of unquenched spirits; then the blessed evening hours with him.
Disease had crushed his body, but the indomitable spirit was unquenched.
The fruit of this persistency and unquenched love of country and its ancient traditions, is left to be enjoyed by us.
"One hopes really you do," pursued the unquenched Mr. Cashmore.
She could not tell the rector of her aversion to Manston, and of her unquenched love for Edward.
Then the rebellions of an unquenched romance, an untamed heart, beset him.
Your pluck, like the glare from that beacon, flamed on through the dark hours unquenched.
He saw all the unquenched love that shed anguish over that beautiful face, and took courage.
But his spirit was unquenched, and there was a ghastly smile on his white face as his eyes sought his sister's.
They found the Talmudical restrictions incompatible with their hereditary and unquenched thirst for liberty.
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.