Definition of Insatiable

1. Adjective. Impossible to satisfy. "His passion for work was unsatiable"




Definition of Insatiable

1. a. Not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased; very greedy; as, an insatiable appetite, thirst, or desire.

Definition of Insatiable

1. Adjective. Not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased; very greedy; as, an insatiable appetite, thirst, or desire. ¹

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Definition of Insatiable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insatiable

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insaniates
insaniating
insanie
insanies
insanitarily
insanitary
insanitation
insanitations
insanities
insanity
insanity defense
insanity plea
insatiabilities
insatiability
insatiable (current term)
insatiableness
insatiably
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insaturable
inscape
inscapes
inscience

Literary usage of Insatiable

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1. Seneca's Morals by Lucius Annaeus Seneca (1818)
"AVARICE AND AMBITION ARE insatiable AND RESTLESS. ... Avarice is so insatiable, that it is not in the power of liberality to content it: and our desires are ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1872)
"insatiable. Y DEAR GENERAL,—As I know it is impossible to catch you for luncheon, come and see me at three, before I go out—Yours most sincerely, ..."

3. Eminent Women of the Age: Being Narratives of the Lives and Deeds of the by James Parton (1868)
"... was no longer right nor safe, and that slavery was an insatiable monster that threatened not,simply the dishonor, but the utter ruin, of the country. ..."

4. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"The man who by his labour gets His bread, in independent state, Who never begs, and seldom cats, Himself can fix or change his fate. THE insatiable PRIEST. ..."

5. Goldsmith's Roman History: Abridged by Himself, for the Use of Schools by Oliver Goldsmith (1825)
"... profligate in his manners, and vigilant in pursuing his aims, he was insatiable after wealth, only with a view to lavish it on his guilty pleasure. 9. ..."

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