Christopher Done

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answered What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
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comment What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
Also gushingly. To flow forth suddenly in great volume: water gushing from a hydrant.
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comment What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
I'd add to that gushingly. To flow forth suddenly in great volume: water gushing from a hydrant.
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comment What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
Also, I'd risk gurgulingly.
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comment What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
I like “gulped desperately” too.
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awarded  Teacher
Nov
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comment “Told” vs. “said to” somebody
People can say anything. That's the point of the difference between ‘say’ and ‘tell’. ‘Tell’ is restricted to informative/imperative, ‘say’ is arbitrary utterances. Example, “if you say any more lies about Mary I'll tape your mouth up!”
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answered “Told” vs. “said to” somebody