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- adj. Obsolete form of insatiable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Insatiable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Incapable of being satiated or appeased; insatiable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. impossible to satisfy
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Pettiness is really a Republican trademark, together with unsatiable greed.
I shutter to look 20 years into the future where the seeds of disaster are being sown today by the clueless Congressional Democrats who are motivated only by their unsatiable desire to control all us like we're little chidlren.
Our government is bloated, inefficient, out-of-touch, and has mortgaged the future of many generations with its unsatiable appetite for spending beyond our means.
This individual has an unsatiable hunger for power and riches with little conscience of how she gets there.
Had anybody ever reported seeing fish jump over reeds for no apparent reason or at least for any reason apparent to humans, who have an unsatiable need for "reasons".
The McCan do nothing mavericks are hard at succeeding with their unsatiable desires: McCain is a man who thinks he deserves to be President and repeats over and over and over about his tragic experience of being a POW.
No word yet on whether these seabed dwellers also have an unsatiable desire for living flesh.
And those spiritual teachings from the Christian and other traditions that empower us to live free from the stranglehold of fear and an unsatiable desire for revenge can be a great help in doing just that.
Briefly, therefore, where the soul hath the full measure and complement of happiness; where the boundless appetite of that spirit remains completely satisfied that it can neither desire addition nor alteration; that, I think, is truly heaven: and this can only be in the enjoyment of that essence, whose infinite goodness is able to terminate the desires of itself, and the unsatiable wishes of ours.
Some party lawmakers have accused Tsvangirai of dictatorial tendencies and labelled him a lunatic with an unsatiable appetite for money.
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