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- adj. insatiable
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- adj. Insatiate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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The cries and wails of the thousands of orphans went up to high Heaven pleading for those fathers who had left them to fill the unsatiate maw of cruel, relentless war.
That we be not corrupted with the unsatiate desire of vanishing earthly treasure;
And their eyes are all unsatiate of gazing on his face,
And Virgin's Face, but Womb like Gulf unsatiate hath,