Day-86 (Slake)

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Word:
              Slake

Status:
              Verb(instransitive)

Meaning:
               To provide, do, or have something that is required.

Sentences:
1) She tried to slake her curiousity.
2) A harrowing experience while mountain climbing has slaked my desire for adventure.

Origin:
             Middle English, from Old English slacian.

First use:
              14th century

Synonyms:
                assuage, quench, satisfy, provide

Antonyms:
                 unsatisfiable, inadequate.

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