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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SATURATION

In fact, the saturation of the soil is more likely to be a benefit than otherwise.

Only when it remains blue, has the point of saturation been reached.

As the 23d of October had arrived we were glad to avoid daily saturation.

The saturation often falls to 30 per cent., but with great variability.

But he was the example of a spirit with which the whole age was filled to saturation.

There is a saturation of the membrane with an excess of plasma.

How in hell could ten percent more efficiency turn into saturation?

Can you explain to me then, how ten percent more confidence in a man is saturation?

Metallic alloys, like all other combinations, have a point of saturation.

The saturation was evidently after death—the blood had clotted.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, formed in English from saturate, or else from Late Latin saturationem (nominative saturatio), noun of action from past participle stem of saturare. Saturation bombing is from 1942, first in reference to Allied air raid on Cologne, Germany.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SATURATION

absorption

nounassimilation, incorporation
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