Meaning of unassuageable in English:

unassuageable

adjective

See unassuaged

‘This craving to nail down transient experience is unassuageable, and as basic to us as the self-pitying sorrow for our own mortality, and just as invariably doomed to disappointment.’
  • ‘An even less appetizing quality of the new privileged is their palpable and apparently unassuageable envy.’
  • ‘Shunned by the industry, their unassuageable need to communicate drives them to make and market their recordings.’
  • ‘I wonder whether an unassuageable grief doesn't consume Danticat when she's writing.’