satiate


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Synonyms for satiate

Synonyms for satiate

to satisfy to the full or to excess

Synonyms for satiate

fill to satisfaction

supplied (especially fed) to satisfaction

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Hosting Choux Festival at Caramel Lobby Lounge is yet another extension of our special treats planned to satiate the sweet cravings.
Gesturing to her body, she said: "What does he want with her when he has this?" Byrne said neither woman could "satiate the president's horndog sexual desires".
" Your jumlas ( catchphrases) do not satiate the hunger of the poor, whose plate is empty because of spiraling prices," he said.
The ban and raids on the part of the local administration remained ineffective and futile while kitefliers enjoyed the activity to satiate their thrust.
This action is castigating someone for having greater aspirations for the potential of theatre than simply entertainment or a vehicle to satiate artistic egos.
SYDNEY, Safar 27, 1436, Dec 19, 2014, SPA -- The lack of an Olympics or a soccer World Cup deprives 2015 of a single global focus for sports fans but a rich calendar of international events has more than enough world class action to satiate even the most refined palate, Reuters reported.
Based upon new research and interviews from professors who knew Charles Darwin, this book will intrigue and satiate both Darwinists and skeptics alike.
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* Provide a food-based or food-dispensing distraction to slow his eating and help satiate hunger, "If he's really annoying, give him a quarter of his daily kibble in a food-dispensing toy, or hide the kibble so he has to work to find it," advises animal behaviorist Dr.
Ballet Chicago does its best to satiate our Balanchine palates on May 5 and 6 with a trio of tributes.
A biography of Korean director and studio head Shin Sang-ok, who worked both sides of the peninsula's north-south divide, "The Golden Age of Korean Cinema & the Legend of Shin Film" is an enthralling if hagiographic slice of cinema history that will satiate Asian-film aficionados and novices alike.
Diners go to restaurants with a "well-defined goal of satiating their hunger, and, because of this well-defined goal, they are willing to invest effort and resources to satiate their hunger."
Students ask questions in order to gain more knowledge or satiate their curiosity.
Due to the marked ability to satiate patients and the positive metabolic effects, glucomannan diet supplements have been found to be particularly efficacious and well tolerated even in the long-term treatment of severe obesity.