Sate vs. Satiate

By Jaxson

  • Satiate

    Satiate is the first album released by Avail in 1992. Satiate was originally released on the band’s own Catheter-Assembly Records, then re-released on Old Glory Records later that year. In 1994, Lookout! Records issued the album on CD with two additional tracks, taken from Avail’s 7″ release Attempt to Regress.

  • Sate (verb)

    To satisfy the appetite or desire of; to fill up.

    “satiate|fill up”

    “At last he stopped, his hunger and thirst sated.”

  • Sate (noun)


  • Satiate (verb)

    To fill to satisfaction; to satisfy.

    “Nothing seemed to satiate her desire for knowledge.”

  • Satiate (verb)

    To satisfy to excess. To fill to satiety.

  • Satiate (adjective)

    Filled to satisfaction or to excess.

  • Sate (verb)

    satisfy (a desire or an appetite) to the full

    “sate your appetite at the resort’s restaurant”

  • Sate (verb)

    supply (someone) with as much as or more of something than is desired or can be managed

    “he was sated with flying”

  • Sate (verb)

    archaic spelling of sat

  • Satiate (verb)

    another term for sate

    “he folded up his newspaper, his curiosity satiated”

  • Satiate (adjective)

    satisfied to the full; sated

    “satiate with power, of fame and wealth possess’d”

Oxford Dictionary

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