Origin of satiety
Related formso·ver·sa·ti·e·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for satiety
Fiber, protein and healthy fats all contribute to satiety,” Begun says, “meaning they fill us up on smaller portion sizes.
Short-term signals of satiety arise directly from the meal you just consumed.
On the whole, as it seems to me indeed, a satiety of all pursuits causes a satiety of life.
With no vowel before the penultima the long quality is, as usual, preserved, as in 'satiety'.Society for Pure English Tract 4|John Sargeaunt
The Coroner was showing unmistakable symptoms of his satiety for the time being.In the Mayor's Parlour|J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
As for the pleasure and delight thereof, in knowledge there is no satiety.
He exhausted all the sources of pleasure, and nothing remained but satiety and disgust.