Definition of Satiates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of satiate) ¹



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Definition of Satiates

1. satiate [v] - See also: satiate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Satiates

satellitious
satellitium
satellitosis
satelloid
satelloids
satem
sates
satguru
satgurus
sati
satiable
satiably
satiafactive
satiate
satiated
satiates (current term)
satiating
satiation
satiations
satieties
satiety
satiety centre
satiety response
satimolite
satin
satin bird
satin bowerbird
satin flower
satin leaf
satin stitch

Literary usage of Satiates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal of Military and Political Events in Spain During the Last Twelve Months by Giuseppe Pecchio (1824)
"Besides, I am a greater idolater of the sun than a Peruvian; the pure and elevated sky of Madrid never satiates me. From six till ten in the morning, ..."

2. Indian Wisdom: Or, Examples of the Religious, Philosophical, and Ethical by Monier Monier-Williams (1876)
"He who every day repeats the texts of the Sama-veda (samani) satiates the gods with ... satiates the inhabitants of the skies ..."

3. Indian Wisdom, Or, Examples of the Religious, Philosophical, and Ethical by Monier Monier-Williams (1875)
"... A twice-born man' who every day repeats the texts of the Rig-veda (rifah) satiates the gods with honey and milk, and the fathers ..."

4. The Sacred Laws of the Âryas: As Taught in the Schools of Âpastamba, Gautama by Āpastamba, Georg Bühler, Vaśishṭha Muni Ojhā, Baudhāyana (1898)
"... (and satiates them with it) exactly in the same manner as the gods, ... this must be known as that which sheds warmth;' he thus satiates the soul (and ..."

5. Health at School: Considered in Its Mental, Moral, and Physical Aspects by Clement Dukes (1905)
"In considering the question of exercise, it is well to remember that an excess of anything satiates and sickens : change of work, ..."

6. Journal of Military and Political Events in Spain During the Last Twelve Months by Giuseppe Pecchio (1824)
"Besides, I am a greater idolater of the sun than a Peruvian; the pure and elevated sky of Madrid never satiates me. From six till ten in the morning, ..."

7. Indian Wisdom: Or, Examples of the Religious, Philosophical, and Ethical by Monier Monier-Williams (1876)
"He who every day repeats the texts of the Sama-veda (samani) satiates the gods with ... satiates the inhabitants of the skies ..."

8. Indian Wisdom, Or, Examples of the Religious, Philosophical, and Ethical by Monier Monier-Williams (1875)
"... A twice-born man' who every day repeats the texts of the Rig-veda (rifah) satiates the gods with honey and milk, and the fathers ..."

9. The Sacred Laws of the Âryas: As Taught in the Schools of Âpastamba, Gautama by Āpastamba, Georg Bühler, Vaśishṭha Muni Ojhā, Baudhāyana (1898)
"... (and satiates them with it) exactly in the same manner as the gods, ... this must be known as that which sheds warmth;' he thus satiates the soul (and ..."

10. Health at School: Considered in Its Mental, Moral, and Physical Aspects by Clement Dukes (1905)
"In considering the question of exercise, it is well to remember that an excess of anything satiates and sickens : change of work, ..."

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