Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thirst.(verb)
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Use "thirsteth" in a sentence
"For a sword thirsteth to drink blood, and sparkleth with desire.” — — When the kings thus discoursed and talked eagerly of the happiness of their fathers, there came upon Zarathustra no little desire to mock at their eagerness: for evidently they were very peaceable kings whom he saw before him, kings with old and refined features."
"For a sword thirsteth to drink blood, and sparkleth with desire. ""
"Oh, everyone that thirsteth, do you seek incorruption, do you seek immortality, do you seek eternal life?"