…he had occupied so lately, where his chair and table seemed to wait for him, and his handwriting of yesterday was like a ghost — the in— definable impossibility of separating him from the place, and feeling, when the door opened, as if he might come in — the lazy hush and rest there was in the office, and the insatiable relish with which our people talked about it, and other people came in and out all day, and gorged themselves with the subject — this is easily intelligible to anyone.
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The theft was motivated by her insatiable greed.
Her curiosity is insatiable, so she reads all the time.