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  • adj. Not satiated.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not having been satisfied


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  • I think one reason Twitter leaves me unsatiated is that it asks the most boring question possible: "What are you doing?"

    Alt Text: Twitter Away Your Life With Social Networking

  • According to some new numbers out from Hitwise, searchers have an unsatiated hunger for details on the Republican candidate's policy positions and the Democratic candidate's biography.

    Daily Digest: Defining "Mission Accomplished"

  • However, when still unsatiated they cannot opt to kill fewer prey.

    Education For Sanity

  • Na-Nachman psychiatrists believe Chomsky-Schleim-Landau is due to suppressed anger over delayed diaper change or unsatiated breast feeding, leaving a CSL carrier prone to anger, temper tantrums & in later life a Peace Now delusional state & Jewish self hate.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I fear that my "insecurity" and "low self-esteem" are just general key words for the underlying unsatiated feeling that I may be gay.

    love. love. love.

  • The case of Iraq is a classic illustration of how an entire population has been compelled to take up arms due to the unbridled violence unleashed by the imperialists for satisfying their unsatiated greed for oil.

    Interview with Ganapathy, General Secretary, CPI(Maoist)

  • I almost stumbled but caught my balance and turned; her face glowed eerily in the backwash of the beam and I saw her eyes flick past me and I realised that unsatiated with its consumption of a car and a human being the purple beam now sought more.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Let's hope that baby of her fulfills her unsatiated need of being loved unconditionally.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Conan shook his head as a lion shakes its mane and growled his unsatiated blood-lust.

    The Conquering Sword Of Conan

  • All she achieved by her thinking was the conviction that, in such a cause, no risk was too great; and that, far from making any rules for herself or others, she would let difficulties accumulate unsolved, situations widen their jaws unsatiated, while she maintained a position of absolute and fearless independence.

    Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf


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