[in-sey-shuh-buh l, -shee-uh-] /ɪnˈseɪ ʃə bəl, -ʃi ə-/
not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased:
insatiable hunger for knowledge.
not able to be satisfied or satiated; greedy or unappeasable
early 15c., insaciable, from Old French insaciable (13c.), or directly from Late Latin insatiabilis “not to be satisfied,” from in- “not, opposite of” (see in- (1)) + satiabilis, from satiare (see satiate). Related: Insatiably.
[in-sey-shee-it] /ɪnˈseɪ ʃi ɪt/ adjective 1. : insatiate greed. adj. mid-15c., insaciate, from Latin insatiatus “unsatisfied,” from in- “not, opposite of” (see in- (1)) + satiatus, past participle of satiare (see satiate).
[in-skeyp] /ˈɪnˌskeɪp/ noun 1. the unique essence or inner nature of a person, place, thing, or event, especially depicted in poetry or a work of art. /ˈɪnskeɪp/ noun 1. the essential inner nature of a person, an object, etc
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[in-skrahyb] /ɪnˈskraɪb/ verb (used with object), inscribed, inscribing. 1. to address or dedicate (a book, photograph, etc.) informally to a person, especially by writing a brief personal note in or on it. 2. to mark (a surface) with words, characters, etc., especially in a durable or conspicuous way. 3. to write, print, mark, or engrave […]