Thirsty vs parched?

I'm pretty sure parched is to a more severe degree of thirstiness, right? I want to say something using those terms but I don't think people will get that they differ. Ex. she's not thirsty she's parched, does that make sense?
  • thirsty and parched are the same
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  • parched is to a more severe degree
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  • Parched indicates a more severe degree of thirst, I agree with you. Thirsty incorporates any level of thirst.

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  • Parched is hella thirsty.

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  • parched is a lower degree

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  • I thought parched was when you're mouth/throat were dry from being thirsty, whereas thirsty just means you want a drink

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