not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased: insatiable hunger for knowledge.
- in·sa·tia·bil·i·ty, in·sa·tia·ble·ness, noun
- in·sa·tia·bly, adverb
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How to use insatiable in a sentence
A year after his son’s death, McClenton remembered his son’s insatiable sweet tooth and all the times they’d played music together at church Young on drums, McClenton on guitar and vocals and his wife, Jeanette, on keyboard and vocals.A Temp Worker Died on the Job After FedEx Didn’t Fix a Known Hazard. The Fine: $7,000. | by Wendi C. Thomas, MLK50: Justice Through Journalism | December 23, 2020 | ProPublica
Her parents nurtured her insatiable curiosity and frequent desire to stay in her room and read all day.
For now, Rendle has her plate full, what with supplying an insatiable market with Clorox wipes in the immediate term, but also living up to the goals she set forth in the Ignite plan.How Clorox’s new CEO plans to turn disinfectant wipes into future wins | Phil Wahba | October 21, 2020 | Fortune
Hungry bacteria, fungi, and other microbes with near-insatiable appetites for exudates, especially carbohydrates, which give them a ready-to-go energy source.Junk Food Is Bad For Plants, Too - Issue 90: Something Green | Anne Biklé & David R. Montgomery | September 23, 2020 | Nautilus
The man I knew as the most charismatic influencer became insatiably lonely.
Chairman Rupert Murdoch is a brave new frontier for the insatiably expansionist Murdoch.
Disinterested in the extreme with regard to pecuniary affairs, he is insatiably covetous of fame.
That way lay the long strip of engulfing pitch, swallowing up insatiably the ranks of the groaning and kicking sambur.In the Morning of Time | Charles G. D. Roberts
As to Menon the Thessalian , the mainspring of his action was obvious; what he sought after insatiably was wealth.Anabasis | Xenophon
He knew it by heart already, but he read it insatiably over and over again.Despair's Last Journey | David Christie Murray
He replied by quoting Homer: “αμοτον μεμαυια, raging insatiably or without limit”—adding wickedly “Whom did this represent?”The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 2 of 2 | Edward Tyas Cook
British Dictionary definitions for insatiable
not able to be satisfied or satiated; greedy or unappeasable
- insatiability, insatiableness or insatiateness, noun
- insatiably or insatiately, adverb
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