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insatiate

adjective in·sa·tiate \(ˌ)in-ˈsā-sh(ē-)ət\

Definition of INSATIATE

in·sa·tiate·ly adverb
in·sa·tiate·ness noun

Examples of INSATIATE

  1. <an insatiate avarice that impels him to work incessantly for a fortune that he will never have time to enjoy>

First Known Use of INSATIATE

15th century

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