Insatiable in a sentence as an adjective

He gets in the way because it's all about him and his huge, insatiable ego.

He had an insatiable hunger for quality staff.

" Some people have an overriding and insatiable drive to have children, and would be miserable without them.

They have an insatiable appetite for programming and never have stopped learning or expanding their skill set. I fall in this category.

" That's the kind of crazy, insatiable curiosity that ends in you seeing the world differently.

What separates a "computer person" from people just in it for the glory or money is their insatiable knowledge hungerness.

Russian government are corrupt, despicable pieces of trash, and will destroy the country due to their insatiable greed and delusion.

" Malcolm X"The public have an insatiable curiosity to know everything.

It doesn't come naturally, you have to work to learn hundreds of things that were obvious for non-ADD kids, but now you can.— You'll keep your insatiable curiosity and desire for new things.

I absolutely agree that these cops are the product of American public insatiable need to feel as "safe" as possible, because, as you mention, think of the damn children!

Or by an off-by-one error in the programming they will want to too much, and skynet will evolve into a co-ed army of insatiable nymphomaniac terminators.

...Today TED is an insatiable kingpin of international meme laundering...I liked this article a lot, even though I don't have as much experience with the TED community as the author does.

Australia is undergoing an unprecedented resources boom thanks to China's insatiable appetite for metals and petroleum products.

It's a dystopian movie where people's insatiable love of celebrities have lead them to eat meat produced from their genetic material and infect themselves with the same viruses as their favorite celebrity.

Insatiable definitions


impossible to satisfy; "an insatiate appetite"; "an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore"; "his passion for work was unsatiable"

See also: insatiate unsatiable