verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- surfer's knobs,
- surfer's knot,
Origin of surfeit
Examples from the Web for surfeited
In fact, I was surfeited with veal in every possible shape wherever I went.The Land of Thor|J. Ross Browne
She would then have given anything for a single one of those meetings that surfeited her.Madame Bovary|Gustave Flaubert
Boston is that surfeited with redcoats now that when they cram down more next spring she can but throw them up to keep her health.Cardigan|Robert W. Chambers
Its members were men who were surfeited with mahoganies and impressive stuffed chairs and thick carpets.The Modern Railroad|Edward Hungerford
Her father was rich, surfeited with riches, and had bought one of the Grand Ducal Schlosses.Royal Highness|Thomas Mann
Word Origin for surfeit
early 14c., "excess quantity;" late 14c., "overindulgence," from Old French surfet "excess," noun use of past participle of surfaire "overdo," from sur- "over" (see sur-) + faire "do," from Latin facere "to make" (see factitious).
late 14c., from surfeit (n.). Related: Surfeited; surfeiting.