unsatiated


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Related to unsatiated: conceivably, bemusement
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsatiated - not having been satisfiedunsatiated - not having been satisfied    
insatiable, insatiate, unsatiable - impossible to satisfy; "an insatiate appetite"; "an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore"; "his passion for work was unsatiable"
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All she achieved by her thinking was the conviction that, in such a cause, no risk was too great; and that, far from making any rules for herself or others, she would let difficulties accumulate unsolved, situations widen their jaws unsatiated, while she maintained a position of absolute and fearless independence.
It is no exaggeration to say that if the pieless situation continues, I can see the second halves of home games being drab, unedifying and even disastrous affairs, the crowd rendered to a mood of dumb resignation via their unsatiated taste buds.
Brazilians' hunger for fragrance remains unsatiated.
If Punjab has managed to duck the perceived pro-Modi wave, it's only because of follies of the Akalis, their bullying tactics and unsatiated greed.
Having already recognized George's lack of interest in the crucifixion, Hemingway names George as a "seller" of wine, not a drinker, which stresses the contrast between George and the First soldier, whose almost unsatiated desire for wine he voices in desperation, "just one more round .
The woman in Small Scale' transitions from a passive object prostrate at the will of a violent masculinity to escaping this oppressive force, leaving the man empty handed and unsatiated.
Certainly, man's capacity for knowledge and freedom features prominently in the letter, but Pope Benedict ties these human capacities more closely to the meaning of personhood as such--that of a being whose existence is marked by the unsatiated quest for communion, a being called to act with love in the truth, caritas in veritate.
Although the industry has a lot to cheer about, its anxiety for favourable initiatives has still remained unsatiated.
It has more to do with the frustration of being full to the brim and still unsatiated, of being a myth first and a woman second.
Investor appetites for commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) have been unsatiated, helping bolster the sector as a range of investors fill the coffers for issuers.
It is also matched by a glorification of unrestrained consumerism, leaving in its wake unsustainable debt and unsatiated desire.
Political correctness, unsatiated by extensive discussion of Scottish gender identity, has the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party in 1936 described as a 'chair'.