In a state of complete and thorough satisfaction. (adjective)
Quelled of thirst or hunger. (adjective)
Simple past of sate. (verb)
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Use "sated" in a sentence
"The people who badly need to buy the essentials for survival don’t have the money and the people who have the money are sated from a Gilded Age and are stuffing everything under the mattress for the oncoming Depression they Superrich caused."
"One wag dubbed the sated swine “The Grateful Pigs.”"
"After I book our passage, I find they have nothin 'aboard to eat except canned salmon, it bein' the end of a two years 'cruise, so when I land in the States after seventeen days of a fish diet, I am what you might call sated with canned grub, and have added salmon to the list of things concernin' which"