unstanchable

unstanchable

(ʌnˈstɑːntʃəbəl)
adj
1. unstoppable
2. incapable of being satisfied
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But America will never fully recover from the unstanchable wound that his presidency's baseness, bull-headed stupidity and puzzling passivity in the face of China's global ambitions has inflicted on its culture and international standing.
It promised the added bonus of stopping the unstanchable flow of illegal drugs and corresponding crime and violence from Mexico.
If The House of Mirth is a novel fundamentally concerned with social "recentering," The Custom of the Country is more about destruction by unstanchable flows.
In fact, it is eloquence that one associates with him above all, as his characters produce torrents of unstanchable verbal intricacy just to announce that there is someone at the door.
Over the last several decades, increased attention to the widespread social phenomenon of substance abuse has resulted in an unstanchable hemorrhage of recovery-movement monologues and emotional fan dances, a stream of gruesome exhibitionism with all the aesthetic appeal of an amateur striptease night at a nursing home.