On the following morning, the horses were turned loose at the peep of day; to slake
their thirst, if possible, from the dew collected on the sparse grass, here and there springing up among dry sand-banks.
So, presently, he said aloud, "O holy father, wilt thou not take a good pot of March beer to slake
thy thirsty soul withal?
The other Growleywogs were not slow to follow suit, and even before they had finished drinking the Chief of the Whimsies and his people came to push them away, while they one and all cast off their false heads that they might slake
their thirst at the fountain.
I saw him once in a towering rage because one of his herdsmen had permitted a travel-heated Asian to slake
his thirst at the horse-trough in front of the saloon end of Jo.
Nor did he give the wounded bull opportunity to slake
his burning thirst in the slender trickling streams they crossed.