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Definition of Insatiateness

Insatiateness
Insatiateness In*sa"ti*ate*ness, n. The state of being insatiate.

Meaning of Insatiateness from wikipedia

- The Insatiate Countess is an early Jacobean era stage play, a tragedy first published in 1613. The play is a problematic element in John Marston's dramatic...
- White and Black Indiscriminately Butchered. Devilish Atrocities of the Insatiate Fiends". The New York Times. Included in Sheehan-Dean, p. 49 Eicher 2001...
- when flies lighting upon a tiny drop of sweet honey cluster round with insatiate eagerness; so at that time, huddled together, the Minyae thronged about...
- and his biker persona in The Wild One. From "Who co****ted ecstatic and insatiate" to "Who went out whoring through Colorado in myriad stolen night-cars...
- Aloads (Ancient Gr****: Ἀλωάδαι Aloadai) were Otus or Otos (Ὦτος means "insatiate") and Ephialtes (Ἐφιάλτης "nightmare"), Thessalian sons of Princess Iphimedia...
- Turks] were superstitious, treacherous, foul, faithless, possessed by an insatiate desire for riches. They scorn their oath, do not observe agreements, and...
- the Sack of Rome, historian Edward Gibbon remarks that: avarice is an insatiate and universal p****ion; since the enjoyment of almost every object that...
- reigne over us kings and Princes? ... [Those Spaniards with] ... theyr insatiate avarice, theyre more than Tigrish cruelty, theyr filthy, monstruous and...
- late as anything could be seen the mills were still standing, but the insatiate monster is still creeping up inch by inch, winding its swelling folds...
- soul has been spoiled by the world, my imagination is unquiet, my heart insatiate. To me everything is of little moment. I have become as easily accustomed...