Quench - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
1. To extinguish; to put out; as, to quench flame.
2. To still; to quiet; to repress; as, to quench a passion or emotion.
3. To allay or extinguish; as, to quench thirst.
4. To destroy.
5. To check; to stifle; as, to quench the Spirit.
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QUENCH, v.i. To cool; to become cool.
Dost thou think, in time she will not quench? [Not in use.]