1. not having been satisfied
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How To Use unsated In A Sentence

  • Let us cheer him for that: a man who won everything and was still unsated. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a touch astride the belly that feeds unsated flesh. Touch
  • His energy, his empathy, his self-indulgence, his appetites -- for food (unsated as it must be these days), for sex (maybe sated these days, maybe not), for attention, for power, for good deeds -- are all outsized. Michael Takiff: Bill Clinton, Still the Biggest Dog in Town
  • On the street in front of my present home, twenty thousand Yankee soldiers marched down the Old Spanish Trail in pursuit of General Alfred Mouton and his boys in butternut, their haversacks stuffed with loot, their wounds from a dozen firefights still green, their lust for revenge unsated. The Glass Rainbow
  • Perhaps it's time we accepted that, yes, Australia may be young and free, but the country is definitely grown-up (although unsated in its taste for parties).
  • Unsated, she orders another plate. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tottenham's desire for the ball was unsated. Times, Sunday Times
  • He's, er, quite good, really: 13,000 rides, 3,000 jumping winners, 15 consecutive jumps titles - and still unsated. Times, Sunday Times
  • She is a fabulous rider with a deep thirst for competition and, after all these years, utterly unsated. Times, Sunday Times
  • The fires rage, the will burns, the spirit remains unsated. Times, Sunday Times
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