saturate[ verb sach-uh-reyt; adjective, noun sach-er-it, -uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF saturate
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SATURATE
Saturate: deeply or strongly marked; in a color, means intense.
Saturate the residue, when cold, with carbon dioxide and redistil.
Saturate the cake with orange juice to which has been added a little lemon.
In such a case it is above all things necessary to saturate the organism with Apis.
Saturate the spot two or three times, and then wash out in soapsuds.
I must saturate myself with repose and with the underlying—with Karma.
Saturate the crumbs of a loaf of bread with a quart of rich milk.
Mix, saturate a piece of wool in the mixture, and insert in the ear.
I make you miserable when I should like to saturate you with happiness.
But first of all he had to saturate himself with the sunshine.
1530s, "to satisfy, satiate," from Latin saturatus, past participle of saturare "to fill full, sate, drench," from satur "sated, full," from PIE root *sa- "to satisfy" (see sad). Meaning "soak thoroughly" first recorded 1756. Marketing sense first recorded 1958. Related: Saturated; saturating.