'Appetite' in the Bible
Meanwhile, certain riff-raff among the people had an insatiable appetite for food. As a result, they wept and turned back, and the Israelis cried out, "If only somebody would feed us some meat!
That's why the place was named Kibroth-hattaavah, because they buried the people there who had an insatiable appetite for meat.
"Since his appetite won't quit; he won't let anything escape his lust.
The appetite of the laborer motivates him; indeed, his hunger drives him on.
Put a knife to your own throat, if you have a big appetite.
Therefore Sheol's appetite has grown; it has opened its mouth beyond limit. Jerusalem's nobility and her multitudes will go there, along with her brawlers and whoever is reveling within her.
Meanwhile, the dogs have a mighty appetite they can never get enough. And as for them, they are the shepherds who lack understanding; they have all turned to their own way, each one to his gain, each and every one.
Moreover, just as wine leads astray the proud and powerful man, he remains restless; he has expanded his appetite like the afterlife or death itself, he is never satisfied. He gathers to himself all of the nations, taking captive all of the people for himself."