Origin of insatiable
Examples from the Web for insatiable
Perhaps Pappy fans are so insatiable that they even want the detritus of their favorite tot.
Rather, he is portrayed not as someone who happens to be bisexual, but as a man with an insatiable appetite.
This was a woman with an insatiable appetite for the visual world and the talent to capture it on film.
The book depicts Bezos and Amazon as hard-charging, insatiable, and excessively secretive.
Given the insatiable appetite for apps, some bankers believe they must embrace the mobile option.
Her love of admiration had developed into an insatiable passion.December Love|Robert Hichens
But Pooh-Bah declares "I must set bounds to my insatiable ambition."The Secrets of a Savoyard|Henry A. Lytton
He admitted the insatiable public thirst for soda-water, but saw no reason why Susan should waste herself in catering to it.The Book of Susan|Lee Wilson Dodd
Instead of the love of truth an insatiable intellectual curiosity possessed the inhabitants.The Life of St. Paul|James Stalker
He had an insatiable appetite for work, and never knew when to quit.The Fat of the Land|John Williams Streeter
early 15c., insaciable, from Old French insaciable (13c.), or directly from Late Latin insatiabilis "not to be satisfied," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + satiabilis, from satiare (see satiate). Related: Insatiably.