Origin of insatiable
Examples from the Web for insatiableness
On his forehead are two horns—I think, of sea-shell—to indicate his insatiableness and instability.Modern Painters, Volume V (of 5)|John Ruskin
Less recognized, but therefore more perilous, the insatiableness and immodesty of Science tempt us through our very virtues.
We recognize, however, without difficulty, the peril of insatiableness and immodesty in the pleasures of Art.
Moreover, the insatiableness of our desires asserts our personal imperishableness.Tablets|Amos Bronson Alcott
Bitterly, Marschner clenched his fist at this insatiableness.Men in War|Andreas Latzko
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.