Quencher ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Quencher ( noun )

Something that quenches or satisfies a desire or thirst, such as a drink or food.

Origin:

From middle english quenchen (to quench), from old english cwencan (to extinguish, quell), from cwincan (to quail, shrink), from proto-germanic *kwinkwaną (to shrink, quail).

Examples:

  1. A cold beer is a great thirst quencher.
  2. Lemonade is a popular thirst quencher.
  3. The ice cream sundae was a delicious quencher of his sweet tooth.
  4. A glass of water is a good quencher for thirst.
  5. The cold drink was a quencher for his thirst.

(As a verb)

Quencher ( verb )

Something that quenches or satisfies a desire or thirst, such as a drink or food.

Origin:

From middle english quenchen (to quench), from old english cwencan (to extinguish, quell), from cwincan (to quail, shrink), from proto-germanic *kwinkwaną (to shrink, quail).

Examples:

  1. A cold beer is a great thirst quencher.
  2. Lemonade is a popular thirst quencher.
  3. The ice cream sundae was a delicious quencher of his sweet tooth.
  4. A glass of water is a good quencher for thirst.
  5. The cold drink was a quencher for his thirst.
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