[in-sey-shuh-buh l, -shee-uh-]
- not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased: insatiable hunger for knowledge.
Origin of insatiable
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voracious, unquenchable, bottomless.
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Examples from the Web for insatiably
Chairman Rupert Murdoch is a brave new frontier for the insatiably expansionist Murdoch.Murdoch's Italian Offensive
June 10, 2009
On their return to London she threw herself as insatiably as ever into all that was going on.Lady Lilith</p>
But this feverish, insatiably amorous, weak Gaga would get on her nerves.Coquette</p>
Voltaire's Tales were distributed over a large part of his long and insatiably busy life; but none of his best are very early.A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1
She who had hungered so insatiably for recognition could be humbly thankful now for the two words that spoke of an inner bond.
Insatiably striveth your soul for treasures and jewels, because your virtue is insatiable in desiring to bestow.Thus Spake Zarathustra
- not able to be satisfied or satiated; greedy or unappeasable
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Word Origin and History for insatiably
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