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Slake

slāk

verb

  1. quench or satisfy desires (ex. one’s thirst).
    “Slake your thirst with some lemonade!”
    “The book slaked her obsession with novel ecosystems…”
verb: slake; 3rd person present: slakes; past tense: slaked; past participle: slaked; gerund or present participle: slaking
Origin
Old English slacian ‘become less eager,’ also ‘slacken,’ from the adjective slæc ‘slack’; compare with Dutch slaken ‘diminish, relax.’
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