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sated

[ sey-tid ]
/ ˈseɪ tɪd /
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adjective
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.
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