• WordNet 3.6
    • adj unsatiable impossible to satisfy "an insatiate appetite","an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore","his passion for work was unsatiable"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Unsatiable Insatiable.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • unsatiable Incapable of being satiated or appeased; insatiable.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Unsatiable un-sā′shi-a-bl not to be satiated or appeased
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In literature:

He brings virginal emotions and unsatiated eyes to the sparkling freshness of earth and stream and sky.
"Ponkapog Papers" by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
At this period the Rougons passed through a curious crisis of vanity and unsatiated appetite.
"The Fortune of the Rougons" by Emile Zola
You overlook the unsatiated desire of the Spanish king to extend his sway in Italy.
"The Bravo" by J. Fenimore Cooper
What a pitiless monster an unsatiated desire is, tearing your heart with its sharp claws and piercing beak for want of other prey!
"The Cross of Berny" by Emile de Girardin
But even after all this, the great king found his appetites unsatiated.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
Jory, Mahoudeau, and Gagniere, unsatiated and eager for another bite, had started on the massacre again.
"His Masterpiece" by Emile Zola
The Prince of Wales has had unsatiated curiosity about him, but in vain.
"Historical Mysteries" by Andrew Lang
The cobble stone or pave road between Poperinge and Ypres was like a moving picture to our, as yet, unsatiated eyes.
"On the Fringe of the Great Fight" by George G. Nasmith
Silently, determinedly, unceasing, unsatiated, they proceeded with the great enterprise on which they had embarked.
"Tancred" by Benjamin Disraeli
In her old age her sin had risen up against her, remorseless and unsatiated.
"The New Tenant" by E. Phillips Oppenheim

In science:

In the algorithm we use we pick the first variable in the first unsatisfied clause.
Single-solution Random 3-SAT Instances
In GWSAT we choose with probability 1 − p the variable to flip as the one which leads to the state with the largest number of satisfied clauses (GSAT step), and with probability p a random variable from a randomly chosen unsatisfied clause.
Single-solution Random 3-SAT Instances
Then L(A) is non-empty if and only if φA is unsatisfiable.
A Continuous-Discontinuous Second-Order Transition in the Satisfiability of Random Horn-SAT Formulas
The original Walksat heuristic (SKC) uses the notion of the breakcount of a variable, which is the number of clauses that are currently satisfied, but would become unsatisfied if the variable assignment were to be changed.
Colouring random graphs and maximising local diversity
The gradient descent is operated by the algorithm named GSAT , which during an iteration changes the assignment of the variable that leads to the greatest decrease in total number of unsatisfied clauses.
Colouring random graphs and maximising local diversity