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insatiable
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Don Quixote
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  • The desires, however, of those people do not go beyond money, but of that their covetousness is insatiable, and on this occasion it was carried to such a pitch that they would have taken even the clothes we wore as captives if they had been worth anything to them.

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  • The theft was motivated by her insatiable greed.
  • Her curiosity is insatiable, so she reads all the time.

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