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I too, like all the rest, am insatiate of riches, only in one respect I fancy I am different.

The boy was insatiate when the plains were under discussion.

George partook sparingly of supper, while Zeb's appetite was as insatiate as ever.

Cakes in this world will grow by being fed on, if only the feeder be not too insatiate.

But what bounds can be set to the insatiate greed of these women?

The satiated, and the insatiate, appetite alike appeal to extremes.

Why this insatiate ambition on his part in an age of unbelief?

For a while the figure of Dido is that of happy, insatiate passion.

Moreover, I had an insatiate longing to make something of myself.

Their appetite for rapine was insatiate, unrestrained, and irresistible.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., insaciate, from Latin insatiatus "unsatisfied," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + satiatus, past participle of satiare (see satiate).

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