verb (used with object), sa·ti·at·ed, sa·ti·at·ing.
Origin of satiate
Examples from the Web for satiation
Delicacies of fish and flesh and hitherto unheard-of fruits were served up to me to satiation.The Portal of Dreams|Charles Neville Buck
The promise of satiation, of inevitability, steeped his being in a pleasant lethargy.Cytherea|Joseph Hergesheimer
To work for any other end than satiation, it is necessary that man should feel wants beyond the want created by mere hunger.Principles of Political Economy, Vol. II|William Roscher
The strained cells, filled to satiation, were given more and more food.The Leech|Phillips Barbee
The only ambition of this great powerful frame was to do nothing, to grovel in idleness and satiation from hour to hour.Therese Raquin|Emile Zola