Definitions for insatiable
ɪnˈseɪ ʃə bəl, -ʃi ə-in·sa·tiable
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insatiate, insatiable, unsatiableadjective
impossible to satisfy
"an insatiate appetite"; "an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore"; "his passion for work was unsatiable"
Not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased; very greedy; as, an insatiable appetite, thirst, or desire.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Greedy beyond measure; greedy so as not to be satisfied.
Etymology: insatiabilis, Latin; insatiable, French.
Insatiable is the debut solo single released by Australian singer Darren Hayes, former lead singer of the band Savage Garden, in 2002. It became the lead single from his debut solo album, Spin. The song topped the New Zealand Singles Chart on 21 April 2002 for a week, reached number three on the Australian and Danish singles charts, and number eight on the Swedish and UK singles charts.
Insatiable is an adjective used to describe a desire or appetite that is impossible to satisfy or satiate. It can refer to a need or craving so strong and constant that it seems endless, whether it's for tangible things like food or wealth, or intangible aspects such as knowledge, power, or love.
not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased; very greedy; as, an insatiable appetite, thirst, or desire
Etymology: [F. insatiable, L. ionsatiabilis. See In- not, and Satiable.]
"Insatiable" is the debut solo single released by Australian singer Darren Hayes, former lead singer of the band Savage Garden, in 2002. It became the lead single from his debut solo album, Spin. The song reached #3 on the Australian ARIA Charts on 21 January 2002, and #8 on the UK Singles Chart on 14 April. The music video showcases Hayes looking at videos of an actress that he is infatuated with. The video continues with Hayes showing he has allowed his hair to grow, and has dyed it blonde, which is his natural hair colour.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in-sā′shi-a-bl, Insatiate, in-sā′shi-āt, adj. that cannot be satiated or satisfied.—ns. Insā′tiableness, Insatiabil′ity, Insatī′ety.—adv. Insā′tiably.
The numerical value of insatiable in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of insatiable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
This is the identical approach taken by Chairman (Darrell) Issa when he served as chairman of the Oversight Committee -- forcing witnesses to appear in person to assert their Fifth Amendment rights just for a photo op, mr. Pagliano's testimony has nothing to do with the Benghazi attacks and everything to do with Republicans' insatiable desire to derail Secretary Clinton's presidential bid.
Low-minded men are occupied solely with their own affairs, but noble-minded men take special interest in the affairs of others. The submarine fire drinks up the ocean, to fill its insatiable interior; the rain-cloud, that it may relieve the drought of the earth, burnt up by the hot season.
We've seen increased weapons deployment in the past few months, and the demand is insatiable.
In men of the highest character and noblest genius there is to be found an insatiable desire for honour, command, power, and glory.
Some who feed off of the fears and anger that is felt by some of Donald Trump or Ted Cruz and exploit it feed their own insatiable desire for fame or attention. That could drive America down into a ditch, not make Donald Trump or Ted Cruz great again.
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- insaciableCatalan, Valencian
- tyydyttämätön, kyltymätönFinnish
- insaciable, insaciábelGalician
- tak pernah puasIndonesian
- incontentabile, insaziabileItalian
- незаја̀жљив, nezajàžljivSerbo-Croatian
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