insatiability

[ in-sey-shuh-buhl, -shee-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF insatiability
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This insatiability must appear to the observer an inner impulse of the organism, an effort towards increase of nourishment.

The idea of insatiability is advanced by Lewes in a somewhat different form.

He has given too much explanation, not too little, for his mind has an insatiability for reasons.

Young people flitting about in droves driven by insatiability and their peculiar disease, leisure and unapplied brains.

His predominant quality is a passion 237 for the terrible, a kind of insatiability for wild and violent action.

The insatiability of these females, who may be met with in all classes of society, may become fabulous.

Their insatiability (in contemplation) is to be understood in the sense that satiety does not make them scorn what satiates them.

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