Insatiety In`sa*ti"e*ty, n. [L. insatietas: cf. F. insatiete. See {Satiety}.] Insatiableness. --T. Grander. [1913 Webster]

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  • insatiety — |in+ noun Etymology: Middle French insacieté, insatieté, from Latin insatietas, from in in (I) + satietas satiety more at satiety : lack of satiety; especially : unsatisfied desire clothes they can never hope to own, changes they cannot afford to …   Useful english dictionary

  • insatiety — in·satiety …   English syllables

  • insatiate — insatiately, adv. insatiateness, insatiety /in seuh tuy i tee, in say shi tee, say shee i /, n. /in say shee it/, adj. insatiable: insatiate greed. [1500 10; < L insatiatus not filled. See IN 3, SATIATE] * * * …   Universalium

  • intemperance — n 1. alcoholism, dipsomania, drunkenness, intoxication, inebriety, oenomania, crapulence; saturnalia, bacchanals, carousal, orgy, debauch, spree, Inf. bender, Sl. tear, Sl. binge. 2. self gratification, self indulgence, unrestraint;… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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