Their appetite for spirituous liquor, first created by the slave traders and subsequently excited by the colonists, is insatiate.
Cakes in this world will grow by being fed on, if only the feeder be not too insatiate.
How could the insatiate archer thrice slay his peace, in these three persons, "ere thrice the moon had filled her horn."
"divell" changed to "devill" (Twas a shee devill too, a most insatiate).
Moreover, I had an insatiate longing to make something of myself.
The old man, baffled, insatiate, might yet cry out what he knew.
Famine—gaunt, ghastly, insatiate—forever hovers in their future, like a bird of ill omen.
There they stood, caressing each other with amber, insatiate eyes.
Upon Roland there fell the insatiate curiosity—the rage—of an explorer and a discoverer.
She was insatiate, nothing but sleep subdued her eager brain.