unassuaged

unassuaged

(ˌʌnəˈsweɪdʒd)
adj
not assuaged, mitigated, or satisfied
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Against this generalizing discourse, The Zero suggests that individual experience might actually leave room for unheroic acts, for unassuaged grief, for desperate and even cowardly acts, for ethical dilemmas and for psychological collapse.
Individualized characteristics would present representational concerns and superiority problems unassuaged by the idea that class member "consent" is presumed by a failure to opt out.
Except for in "Terrorism and Its Discontents," a 1985 article from which Taunton quotes and thus implies he's read, where Hitchens dismisses this very sort of crude reductionism: "Others will point suavely to the 'root cause' of unassuaged grievance.
Laura is unseen, unheard in this one-sided conversation; the Counselor is merely titillated, left staring off into space: the whole ends without resolution or knowledge other than unassuaged lust.
Helen was unassuaged by Gaia's support and closed their meeting with hopelessness about her fitness for her position:
Two short years later Mailer's unassuaged hostility to any force or structure which might limit what he saw as the "real life" in ourselves would reach a very public climax in the debates and controversies surrounding his polemical intervention into the struggle for female liberation The Prisoner of Sex (1971).
While I can fully recommend PeriPeri Charcoal Chicken restaurant, I remain unassuaged over my fears of a slow death by chicken.
For me, this image has remained symbolic--melancholy, with no escape--of unassuaged tenderness, of resignation.
The impulse to understand the infinite naturally carries over into metaphysics and theology as the consequence of an unassuaged yearning for connection with the transcendent.
Yet the increasing hunger for news continues unassuaged and a transformed yet potentially prosperous news landscape is starting to emerge.
His presence, for the second level of action, summons up the spirits of the persons involved in the old tragedy, who, yet unassuaged and unreconciled, reenact the crisis of their earthly lives, seeking a resolution in understanding and forgiveness--and in, it may be added, a new sense of the historical role of Americans.