saturate[ verb sach-uh-reyt; adjective, noun sach-er-it, -uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF saturate
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.