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- adj. Pleasantly satisfied or full, as with food.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of satiate.
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- adj. supplied (especially fed) to satisfaction
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Going to bed on a Sunday night feeling loved & emotionally satiated is one of my favorite feelings in the world.
Electronic Arts, Mythic, and the publications covering WAR can discuss features all they want, but that hasn't always kept those investigating satiated, which is why you'll see forums, comment threads, and sometimes published articles directed toward what it's like to play WAR with other people.
So, it's important to keep them, I would never say "satiated" or "satisfied," but it's important to let them know that we care about what they care about, and what they think about our band.
The second movie, they wrote, "satiated" demand, and marketing made the third film look like "the same thing audiences experienced just ten months ago."
S [= u] tra period offerings are made to snakes of earth, air, and heaven; the serpents are 'satiated' along with gods, plants, demons, etc.
The album closes with a sustained organ chord, a kind of satiated exclamation of the entire work's accomplishment.
I assure you, Mlle. Juliette, that from that time onwards I have to endure the qualms of the damned, for the heir to Great Britain's throne always contrives to be thirsty when I am satiated, which is Tantalus 'torture magnified a thousandfold, or to be satiated when my parched palate most requires solace; in either case I am a most pitiable man. "
'satiated' with offerings, just as they had been satiated from time immemorial.
Like cows, once robots taste blood, their hunger for human flesh can never be satiated.
The era of experimentation will come to its satiated end: Tradition will be restored.
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