thirstiness


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Synonyms for thirstiness

a deficiency of moisture (especially when resulting from a permanent absence of rainfall)

a physiological need to drink

strong desire for something (not food or drink)

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A Short-term thirstiness is usually a result of fluid loss when you exercise and perspire, or a byproduct of eating salty foods, not drinking enough fluids, vomiting or diarrhea.
Inas' description of her trauma, of their starvation and thirstiness, was bigger than she could comprehend.
Things to look out for are fatigue, unusual thirstiness, a frequent need to urinate and a general lack of interest in things.
The plot is enriched by the fragmentary manner of Owour's writing which captures the hallucinatory sequences of a memory haunted by history's wounds, hopes, thirstiness and aspirations.
And best of all it didn't come with the kind of thirstiness that might leave you grimacing every time you put your foot down and make the most of the power at your disposal.