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- n. The condition of being insatiable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being insatiable; insatiableness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being insatiable; unappeasable desire or craving; insatiableness.
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Our kids are raised on junk food and junk TV, the lack of substance in the diet breeding a uniquely American form of insatiability.
Their actions bring corruption into the world, breeding insatiability, longing and insatiable desire.
I know that you write the way people think you might—with abandon, ferocity, and insatiability.
Because it too has been drafted into the service of American insatiability.
When consumer insatiability nearly destroyed our economy in 2008, we responded by fighting over Proposition Eight in California.
Obama had nothing to do with the greed and insatiability of the Republican politics that allowed this to happen, little things like deregulation.
"Nineteenth-century English collector Richard Heber justified his insatiability with impeccable logic:" Why, you see, sir, no man can comfortably do without three copies of a book.
Our appetite for more has been kindled to the level of insatiability.
Money was only invented as a metaphor for the human trait of insatiability.
In the same way that Lincoln inspired the North to fight through the sheer power of words and Churchill and Roosevelt stirred a generation to resist tyranny through the influence of oratory, Obama should find his voice to move to move Americans to free themselves from greed and material insatiability.