unappeased

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unappeased

(ˌʌnəˈpiːzd)
adj
not appeased or satisfied
Translations

unappeased

adj appetite, lustunbefriedigt; hunger, thirstungestillt; personnicht besänftigt
References in classic literature ?
Something unappeased, unappeasable, is within me; it longeth to find expression.
The hard obstruction of the cave-wall, the sharp nudge of his mother's nose, the smashing stroke of her paw, the hunger unappeased of several famines, had borne in upon him that all was not freedom in the world, that to life there was limitations and restraints.
Miss Josephine Barry, thin, prim, and rigid, was knitting fiercely by the fire, her wrath quite unappeased and her eyes snapping through her gold-rimmed glasses.
Quadruped lions are said to be savage, only when they are hungry; biped lions are rarely sulky longer than when their appetite for distinction remains unappeased. Mr Lillyvick stood higher than ever; for he had shown his power; hinted at his property and testamentary intentions; gained great credit for disinterestedness and virtue; and, in addition to all, was finally accommodated with a much larger tumbler of punch than that which Newman Noggs had so feloniously made off with.
She was shaken by a furious hate for that shade that pursued her in this world, unappeased even by death in its longing for an heir that would be like other people's children.
THE anger of the Epanchin family was unappeased for three days.
Milvain could not make up her mind to withdraw while her principles trembled in the balance and her curiosity remained unappeased. She ransacked her mind for some question that should force Katharine to enlighten her, but the supply was limited, the choice difficult, and while she hesitated the door opened and William Rodney came in.
This terror is not only unappeased through the reassurances of a western therapist (Rosen, Greene, Young & Norris, 2010) but also creates an urgency in the sufferers to return to exploitation in order to survive (Macy & Johns, 2010).
Kington then cut his wife's throat until "every artery was severed" and "even then his inhuman fury remained unappeased. He had resolved to to cut the head completely off, and it was not till he found two or three persons rapidly approaching him that he desisted from the attempt".
He quotes the novelist Mary McCarthy, who was still writing venomous book reviews well into her dotage and who, when asked why she continued to be so ferociously unappeased, said, "there is so much to hate".
'And each year that she has remained missing is for us another 365 days of torture, of longing, of unappeased anger and a burning desire for retribution.'
For a start, there is the evocative figuration of the perpetual but indecisive erotic stimulation to which Laura has been frustratingly subject, the parallel, in this sexual register, of the consumer's unappeased appetite for fruit: a kind of foreclosed foreplay that is now performed on Lizzie also--the at once hostile and exciting actions of obstreperous tides, a foaming, roaring sea, aggressive multitudes of wasps and bees, a bellicose fleet of ships attacking a high-up city from below.