insatiety

noun in·satiety \¦in+\

Definition of insatiety

  1. :  lack of satiety; especially :  unsatisfied desire clothes they can never hope to own, changes they cannot afford to keep up with—must set up a tremendous store of insatiety in the poor and the modest-income groups — P. M. Gregory

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Origin and Etymology of insatiety

Middle French insacieté, insatieté, from Latin insatietas, from in- 1in- + satietas satiety


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