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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.
I experienced also great discomfort from my last full meal; I was oversated, and walked backwards and forwards without looking up.
He was nearly twenty years older than she was, and was certainly big, heavy, and oversated.
Your type is just the kind to appeal to some big, heavy, oversated millionaire.
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.
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 ...