V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: 1. to satisfy completely, especially with food; 2. to overfill or oversupply
Synonyms: sate, quench, fill, satisfy, content, glut, overdose, overfill, saturate, surfeit
Antonyms: deplete, empty, whet
Tips: Think of the related words satisfy and saturate. To be satiated is to be fully satisfied or to be saturated beyond satisfaction. If one has an insatiable appetite, one cannot be satisfied. Satisfy, satiate, satiable, and satisfaction are all derived from the same Latin word satis, which means "enough, sufficient." Satiate is really a more sophisticated way of saying "satisfy."
She served a huge feast that would undoubtedly satiate even the hungriest of her guests. (satisfy, sate) verb
While on the diet, he snacked on carrots all day to try to satiate his cravings. (satisfy) verb
I don't know how you did it, but you managed to satiate his usually insatiable appetite. (satisfy, quench)
I was fully satiated after the huge Sunday brunch. (satisfied, sated) adjective
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