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insatiable
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Gulliver's Travels
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  • I stayed but two months with my wife and family, for my insatiable desire of seeing foreign countries, would suffer me to continue no longer.
  • It would be tedious to trouble the reader with relating what vast numbers of illustrious persons were called up to gratify that insatiable desire I had to see the world in every period of antiquity placed before me.
  • ] The frequent labours I underwent every day, made, in a few weeks, a very considerable change in my health: the more my master got by me, the more insatiable he grew.

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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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