fully satisfied:After that deep bowl of superb salad, I left sated and content.
overfilled with or overexposed to something to the point of being unable to bear more; glutted, as with food, pleasure, etc.:Congratulations for adding flavor to an old debate being forced upon a sated populace.
the simple past tense and past participle of sate1.
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How to use sated in a sentence
It’s late, of course, because the national pastime typically moves with all the urgency of a sated sloth on a 100-degree day.Baseball needs a culture change, or more women will be hurt | Barry Svrluga | March 5, 2021 | Washington Post
I had spent only three hours in the park and already felt sated.
But for a British public sated with royal pomp back in April, ordinary is quite good enough.
Handsome looking people and rather accessible prices; both left us happily sated.
They make a mean (read: strong) iced Americano and both healthy eaters and indulgers will be sated.
You do become sated quite quickly, and, of course, the potential for overload is there.
When his feeble love is sated, he will hold thee surely then Something lower than his hookah, something less than his cayenne.The Book of Humorous Verse | Various
Donations of food and clothing kept pouring in until Chicago was fairly sated.Ocean to Ocean on Horseback | Willard Glazier
At first the larva does not touch them, being amply sated with the copious meal of the day before.More Hunting Wasps | J. Henri Fabre
He was sated with such things, and seldom found it possible to bear more than a line or two of them.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete | Albert Bigelow Paine
Davies's passion for intricate navigation had to be sated even in these secure and tideless waters.The Riddle of the Sands | Erskine Childers