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Definition of Quenchlessly

Quenchlessly
Quenchless Quench"less, a. Incapable of being quenched; inextinguishable; as, quenchless fire or fury. ``Once kindled, quenchless evermore.' --Byron. Syn: Inextinguishable; unquenchable. -- Quench"less*ly, adv. -- Quench"less*ness, n.

Meaning of Quenchlessly from wikipedia

- fascism was to have educed "the immortal soul of Italy ... clothed in quenchless light". On 1 November 1926 Tagore arrived to Hungary and spent some time...
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- novelist, historian, social worker Pioneers of the Pacific Coast, The Quenchless Night, The Blazed Trail of the Old Frontier Karen Lawrence 1951 novelist...
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- stream Extends the Sticht land wide. Willibrord lit thy torch, Which quenchless burns further; Where the country's union was born, Utrecht, heart of...
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- Xiaoqi Chen and Jiawen Li, China Eastern Europe & the Middle East: A quenchless light by Anna Andronova, Russia Western Europe: Hammershøi's Grammar by...
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