insatiably


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in·sa·tia·ble

 (ĭn-sā′shə-bəl, -shē-ə-)
adj.
Impossible to satiate or satisfy: an insatiable appetite; an insatiable hunger for knowledge.

[Middle English insaciable, from Old French, from Latin īnsatiābilis : in-, not; see in-1 + satiāre, to fill; see satiate.]

in·sa′tia·bil′i·ty, in·sa′tia·ble·ness n.
in·sa′tia·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.insatiably - to an insatiable degreeinsatiably - to an insatiable degree; "she was insatiably hungry"
2.insatiably - in an insatiable mannerinsatiably - in an insatiable manner; with persistence but without satisfaction; "he clawed insatiably at the traditional precepts"
Translations
بِنَهَم، بصورة لا تَشْبَع
nenasytně
kielégíthetetlenül
á óseîjandi hátt, græîgislega
doymazcasına

insatiably

[ɪnˈseɪʃəblɪ] ADV [eat] → con un hambre insaciable; [kiss] → con una pasión insaciable
to be insatiably hungry/curious/greedytener un hambre/una curiosidad/una avaricia insaciable

insatiably

adv he is insatiably hungry/curiouser hat einen unersättlichen Hunger/eine unstillbare Neugier

insatiably

[ɪnˈseɪʃəblɪ] advinsaziabilmente

insatiable

(inˈseiʃəbl) adjective
not able to be satisfied. an insatiable desire for adventure.
inˈsatiably adverb
inˈsatiableness noun
References in classic literature ?
Then Apollo sent Aeneas forth from his rich sanctuary, and filled his heart with valour, whereon he took his place among his comrades, who were overjoyed at seeing him alive, sound, and of a good courage; but they could not ask him how it had all happened, for they were too busy with the turmoil raised by Mars and by Strife, who raged insatiably in their midst.
Or do we not insatiably ask, Was a man in the house?
In today's age of insatiably demanding public and social media, it's probably irreversible.
This project serves as both a clear reaffirmation of the brand's longstanding reputation for simplicity and elegance along with a decisive commitment to today's insatiably interactive world.
Did the electors send a particular -- and deliberate -- message to political parties like, "Hey, we want you to get over the differences between you and unite your forces to save us from the imminent peril of permanent authoritarianism under a ruler who has so far proven to be an insatiably power-hungry leviathan?
Worldly profit and exhibitionism: "It's the sickness of those who insatiably try to multiply their powers and to do so are capable of calumny, defamation and discrediting others, even in newspapers and magazines, naturally to show themselves as being more capable than others.
Ackerman is insatiably curious and her curiosity often leads her into astonishing byways where humans have exercised their ingenuity" BRUCE WHITEMAN
He read Forbes and other magazines insatiably and estimates he's read over 150 books on finance.
Narrated by Martha, who has the spot-on speech patterns of an insatiably adventurous tot, the book sees the bunny family hop in their camper van for a holiday by the beach.
Narrated by Martha, who has the spot-on speech patterns of an insatiably Narrated by Martha, who has the spot-on speech patterns of an insatiably adventurous tot, the book sees the bunny family hop in their camper van for a holiday by the beach.
But it does require an almost insatiably birdy dog who enjoys a little scuffle with a bird now and then.