unsatiate


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unsatiate

(ʌnˈseɪʃɪɪt) or

unsatiated

adj
not satiated
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Charles's petitioners are "Unsatiate as the barren Womb or Grave" (987).
Next, David insists that, as with Absalom, he has been far too indulgent with his people - and especially with his enemies in Parliament - who are "Unsatiate as the barren Womb or Grave; / God cannot Grant so much as they can Crave" (987-88).