Definition of insatiably in English:

insatiably

adverb

See insatiable

  • ‘Although humans are ruthless pack animals, we're also insatiably curious, semi-intelligent creatures who yearn to learn more about each other and understand the mysteries of the universe we inhabit.’
  • ‘Those of us born under the sign might have recognized the man a mile away - mostly due to his incendiary onstage ferocity, confident mega-showman attitude, and insatiably salacious lyrics.’
  • ‘It's a dazzling quest, the intellectual odyssey of a lifetime, as this insatiably curious writer attempts to understand everything that has transpired from the Big Bang to the rise of civilization.’
  • ‘He may be little read today, if he is read at all, but the businessman-author - so Scottish in his success and failure in both realms - was insatiably curious about social change and insularity.’
  • ‘Jekyll created a serum that violently transformed him into Mr. Hyde: a vastly strong and insatiably brutal creature that stalked the London nights.’

Pronunciation

insatiably

/ɪnˈseɪʃəbli/