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  • Flawed as philosophy, the work succeeds as the testament of a man hungry for reconciliation with the perpetual Messiah, and oversated with the knowledge that he will never return to Paradise.

    Mark Twain

  • I experienced also great discomfort from my last full meal; I was oversated, and walked backwards and forwards without looking up.

    Hunger

  • He was nearly twenty years older than she was, and was certainly big, heavy, and oversated.

    The Old Gray Homestead

  • Your type is just the kind to appeal to some big, heavy, oversated millionaire.

    The Old Gray Homestead

  • The crunch of romaine and apple and spiced pecans, and the tang of thyme-y dried cranberry dressing wake up those oversated taste buds and break the seasonal cycle.

    JournalStar.com - News Articles

  • Tall of stature, almost of an athletic build, with a broad brow, like Beethoven's, tangled with artistically negligent black, grizzled hair; with the large fleshy mouth of the passionate orator; with clear, expressive, clever, mocking eyes -- he had such an appearance as catches one's eyes among thousands -- the appearance of a vanquisher of souls and a conqueror of hearts; deeply ambitious, not yet oversated with life; still fiery in love and never retreating before a beautiful indiscretion ...

    Yama: the pit

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