from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Insatiable.
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- adj. Insatiable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Insatiable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not to be satisfied or sated; insatiable: as, insatiate greed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. impossible to satisfy
I shuddered to think who might be the next victim sacrificed to his insatiate revenge.
She ignored the protests of her stomach, which had been left insatiate for days.
Thou saw'st the murdered mate when tossed by pirates from the midnight deck; for hours he fell into the deeper midnight of the insatiate maw; and his murderers still sailed on unharmed - while swift lightnings shivered the neighboring ship that would have borne a righteous husband to outstretched, longing arms.
Sorrow's charm doth drive me wild, insatiate, painful, endless, even as the trickling stream that gushes from some steep rock's face; for 'tis woman's way to fall a-weeping o'er the cruel calamity of children dead.
Surely not much to do with 9/11 outrage and insatiate revenge?
O hapless women, and insatiate in jealousy to their own ruin!
And as when earth-burrowing ants gather in swarms round a narrow cleft, or when flies lighting upon a tiny drop of sweet honey cluster round with insatiate eagerness; so at that time, huddled together, the Minyae thronged about the spring from the rock.
But necessity, bitter and insatiate, compels me to abide and abiding to put food in my cursèd belly.
How shall a yearning for that insatiate resting-place ever hasten for thee, poor reckless one, the end that death alone can bring?
Why art thou so insatiate in mischief, employing every art of love, of fraud, and guileful schemes, and spells that bring bloodshed on families?
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