Definition of insatiate in English:

insatiate

adjective

literary
  • Never satisfied.

    ‘your strong desire is insatiate’
    • ‘She also tells her that it is his fondness for his son that is to blame, for, despite knowing his unrighteous desires, he has pampered and supported him in his insatiate hunger for the kingdom.’
    • ‘The small swarthy beetle of a king, as he appears in Carle Vanloo's portrait at Versailles (not at all like Boucher's Phoebus), was insatiate.’
    • ‘The insatiate savage will ever forage for more and more.’
    • ‘The media lapped up the story as an insatiate dog.’
    • ‘Bausch's bodies are mad bodies; they are transgressive bodies; they are insatiate bodies.’
    insatiable, unquenchable, unappeasable, prodigious, uncontrollable, uncontrolled, omnivorous, compulsive, gluttonous, greedy, rapacious
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Origin

Late Middle English: from Latin insatiatus, from in- ‘not’ + satiatus ‘filled, satisfied’, past participle of satiare (see satiate).

Pronunciation

insatiate

/ɪnˈseɪʃɪət/