sated


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sate 1

 (sāt)
tr.v. sat·ed, sat·ing, sates
1. To satisfy (an appetite) fully.
2. To provide (someone) with more than enough; glut.

[Probably alteration of Middle English saden, from Old English sadian; see sā- in Indo-European roots.]

sate 2

 (sāt, săt)
v. Archaic
A past tense of sit.

sated

(ˈseɪtɪd)
adj
formal fully satisfied
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sated

adjective satisfied, satiated, slaked, indulged to the full children happily sated with ice cream
Translations
rassassiérepu

sated

[ˈseɪtɪd] adjrepu(e), rassasié(e)
to be sated with sth → être rassasié(e) de qch

sated

[ˈseɪtɪd] adj (frm) → sazio/a
References in classic literature ?
Telemon never sated with battle first brought light to our comrades by slaying blameless Melanippe, destroyer of men, own sister of the golden-girdled queen.
In good time, nevertheless, as the ardor of youth declines; as years and dumps increase; as reflection lends her solemn pauses; in short, as a general lassitude overtakes the sated Turk; then a love of ease and virtue supplants the love for maidens; our Ottoman enters upon the impotent, repentant, admonitory stage of life, forswears, disbands the harem, and grown to an exemplary, sulky old soul, goes about all alone among the meridians and parallels saying his prayers, and warning each young Leviathan from his amorous errors.
They remember that they too trod down a sated generation, with just such clamor and with just such scorn, and they foresee that these brave torch-bearers will presently yield their place also.
All are sated with this deep draught of pleasure, and eager to commence another trapping campaign; for hardship and hard work, spiced with the stimulants of wild adventures, and topped off with an annual frantic carousal, is the lot of the restless trapper.
Her bare, red arms were thrown out above her head in positions of exhaustion, something, mayhap, like those of a sated villain.