- s not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty
- If their story is raw material for an American Shakespeare, then you might say unappeasable hunger was the fatal flaw.
- The movies always have a place for at least one causeless rebel whose choler is both enigmatic and unappeasable.
- In his affair with a gentle white girl, in his relation with a white friend he becomes an unappeasable black paranoiac whom no white man can understand and no amount of love can .
- Hugo Young in guardian.co.uk
Her "screaming disloyalty", Hugo Young wrote, meant that "any need to appease her has gone, because she is plainly unappeasable".
- CS Lewis in WorldNetDaily
In his book, "The Problem of Pain," CS Lewis calls this deep longing "the secret signature of each soul, the incommunicable and unappeasable want."