unsated


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unsated

(ʌnˈseɪtɪd)
adj
unsatisfied
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Adj.1.unsated - not having been satisfiedunsated - 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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Even so, the son of Amphitryon, unsated of battle, stood eagerly face to face with Ares, nursing courage in his heart.
But as he came on, the son of Amphitryon, unsated of fierce battle, shrewdly wounded his thigh where it was exposed under his richly-wrought shield, and tare deep into his flesh with the spear-thrust and cast him flat upon the ground.
'with evil done to me unsated still,' has taken possession of all the roads by which any comfort may reach 'this wretched soul' that I carry in my flesh.
Despite the difficulties of operating in the air domain, its natural advantages ensure that the demand for airpower remains unsated within the joint force, causing an airpower shortfall.
Nevertheless, the combination of an unsated appetite for change and a Brexit-inspired political crisis which has trashed the centrist orthodoxy of British politics, has left Labour confident they will soon win power.
Because information about underutilized resources, new technology, unsated demand, and political and regulatory shifts varies according to the idiosyncratic life circumstances of each person in the population (Venkataraman, 2007), most novice entrepreneurs have no real concept of what it takes to develop a successful business.
With their lust for power left unsated, the federal government appealed the Hammonds' "light" sentences, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals sent these good people back to prison, essentially giving Dwight Hammond, now 76 years old, a life sentence.
In the Silmarillion, it is said, "in water there lives yet the echo of the Music of the Ainur more than any substance else that is in this Earth; and many of the Children of Iluvatar hearken still unsated to the voices of the Sea, and yet know not for what they listen" (quoted on 398).
Just as Laura had remained unsated despite gorging freely on fruit, so too, in the weaning crisis ostensibly instigated by the goblins' withdrawal, she, like Jeanie before her, appears unable to derive nourishment from the foodstuffs that do in fact continue to be available to her--for the poem gives us no reason to think that Lizzie, at least, does not continue to bake and to work the sisters' smallholding, producing honey, eggs, butter, and cream (ll.
"However, any unsated demand will be funnelled towards markets outside of core locations that will now appear to be offering the most value; here pricing should move rapidly."
He added that there is unsated demand for content across platforms, delivery modes and geographies.