thirsty

Thirsty vs Dehydration - What's the difference?

thirsty | dehydration |


As an adjective thirsty

is needing to drink.

As a noun dehydration is

the act or process of freeing from water; also, the condition of a body from which the water has been removed.

Unquenchable vs Thirsty - What's the difference?

unquenchable | thirsty |


As adjectives the difference between unquenchable and thirsty

is that unquenchable is that cannot be quenched while thirsty is needing to drink.

Crave vs Thirsty - What's the difference?

crave | thirsty |


As a verb crave

is to desire strongly, so as to satisfy an appetite; to long or yearn for.

As an adjective thirsty is

needing to drink.

Thirsty vs Hot - What's the difference?

thirsty | hot |


As an adjective thirsty

is needing to drink.

As a noun hot is

a whit, a bit.

Thirsty vs Dry - What's the difference?

thirsty | dry |


As an adjective thirsty

is needing to drink.

As an acronym dry is

(computing).

Thirsty - What does it mean?

thirsty | |

Thirsty vs Nice - What's the difference?

thirsty | nice |


As an adjective thirsty

is needing to drink.

As a proper noun nice is

a city in southeast france on the coast of the mediterranean sea, capital of the department of alpes-maritimes.

Thirsty vs Desire - What's the difference?

thirsty | desire |


As an adjective thirsty

is needing to drink.

As a verb desire is

.

Wikidiffcom vs Thirsty - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | thirsty |


As an adjective thirsty is

needing to drink.

Thirsty vs Thirsts - What's the difference?

thirsty | thirsts |


As an adjective thirsty

is needing to drink.

As a noun thirsts is

.

As a verb thirsts is

(thirst).

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