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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English satet, satyt, saded. Equivalent to sate +‎ -ed.

AdjectiveEdit

sated (comparative more sated, superlative most sated)

  1. In a state of complete and thorough satisfaction; having ones appetite fully satisfied, by having enough of something.
    • c. 1603, William Shakespeare, Othello, Act I scene iii[1]:
      [] She must change for youth. When she is sated with his body she will find the errors of her choice.
  2. Quelled of thirst or hunger.

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sated

  1. simple past tense of sate

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