Examples of thirsty in a Sentence
The salty food was making her thirsty.
struggling to survive in that hot and thirsty climate
Recent Examples of thirsty from the Web
And the gray and white cat was quite filthy and thirsty from the ordeal.
Thirsty hikers may be tempted to gulp from the alpine springs, but experts say look out – the clear mountain water could be full of microscopic organisms just waiting to wreak havoc on your stomach.
Yacht alley was in full swing, as young ad tech entrepreneurs who have made their millions welcomed thirsty delegates on board with endless bottles of rosé.
Searchers found the two girls on May 15 after their father turned up shoeless, cold, hungry and thirsty at a ranch near Eureka.
Level Four Pool Deck + Lounge at Kimpton Hotel Palomar Hotel Palomar’s exclusive, yet unpretentious poolside sanctuary serves as a relaxing refuge for those thirsty to try something new.
Typically, June is cool enough that there’s no need to increase the irrigation for vegetables and other thirsty plants just yet.
Called Quest – and all those who are hungry and thirsty have an epic amount of options through Outside Lands’ extensive concessions program.
How thirsty: 20 miles per gallon in the city, 28 mpg on the highway and 23 overall, the EPA says.
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First Known Use of thirsty
before 12th century
THIRSTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of thirsty for English Language Learners
: having an uncomfortable feeling because you need something to drink : feeling thirst
: needing water
: feeling a strong desire or need for something
THIRSTY Defined for Kids
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