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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of surfeit.

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Examples

  • Is your novel also a rebuke of today's surfeited culture of superficial, pop horror?

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  • The dishes were tasty, surprisingly varied, and I don't feel stuffed and surfeited, the usual aftermath of a regular dinner.

    Jay Weston: Seed Bistro Is Vegan.. But Wait, It's Delicious!

  • When the U.S. government took over the island from the Japanese after the war, it so surfeited the locals with food aid that "they forgot how to fish or grow crops."

    The Man Who Defined Deviancy Up

  • Even the tiniest of children toddled about the feasting fires or sprawled surfeited on the sands.

    CHAPTER XII

  • Senatorial junketing party that for a month had been dined and wined, surfeited with statistics and dragged up volcanic hill and down lava dale to behold the glories and resources of Hawaii.

    ALOHA OE

  • We were surfeited, but I made a note of some of the things I will order on my next visits ... the Spanakpita, the Tirpita (both $9), those flaky, crispy phyllo pastry pies of spinach and cheese.

    Jay Weston: Xandros -- Greek Food and Dancing in Beverly Hills

  • Lena was wrong about one aspect: Alessandro was not yet surfeited, not yet king.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • On the other end of the line, Alessandro Corsini sighed like a surfeited king.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • Over about an eight-year run starting in 1970, from the Freak Power campaign in Aspen to his hallucinogenic misadventures in Las Vegas, from the 1972 campaign trail to Super Bowl VIII to his pitch-perfect 1978 profile of Muhammad Ali, Thompson surfeited readers with wave upon wave of wild, ferocious perfectly rendered prose.

    Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride

  • The members believed in telling the truth for its own sake, and they also calculated that in a society surfeited with lies an organization that hewed strictly to the truth would win support and gain strength.

    Guiding Principles for Interesting Times: Transparency (Communication Plus Trust) Plus Inclusivity Plus Urgency Plus ?

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