satiating

[ verb sey-shee-eyt; adjective sey-shee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF satiating

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No man ever came to an experience which was satiating, but his good is tidings of a better.

The draught had been delicious; but time also proved that it had been satiating.

But by satiating one king or five hundred nobles with bodily pleasures we do not produce more kings or more nobles.

Many died, and the general public, after satiating its lust for the sensational, turned its thought elsewhere.

A Kentuckian will wait three or four weeks in the woods, for the moment of satiating his revenge; and he seldom or never forgives.

Four hundred miles of unbroken travel that day, so far from satiating, only served to whet the appetite for observation.

Depraved surroundings, a court at which the satiating of all desires is the main theme of the day, have poisoned her thoughts.

He could not know that I was satiating myself with a miser's delights, feasting my eyes upon my own.

No satiating food for him, savory as Lyonaise potato softly tinctured with onion.

Surely these lime trees might store a hundred hives; the very odour is of a honeyed richness, cloying, satiating.

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